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  • 1. Marzano Research Lab Latest Findings Using Interactive Whiteboards and Clickers to Enhance Instruction and Assessment Created by: Terri A. Stice , Director of Instructional Technology
  • 2. Grounded in Good Instructional Practices
    • Individualizing instruction for all students
    • Collaborative team work
    • Engaging students with quality content
    • Providing teachers with data for improving instruction
    http://www.flickr.com/photos/ebeam/3586289013/
  • 3. Technology is No Silver Bullet
      • It is essential to address the quality of what is being
      • presented to students via these technologies through
          • On-going professional developments on effective use
          • Exemplary models
        • In fact, in 23 percent of the cases, teachers had better results without the technologies.
  • 4. What the Research Found
        • In general, using interactive whiteboards was associated with
          • an immediate 16 percentile point gain in student achievement.
    http://www.flickr.com/photos/31796655@N07/2974942783/
  • 5. What the Research Found
    • Interactive white board was used by
      • an experienced teacher
      • who had had the board for 2 years
      • using it 75% of the time in the class
      • and supported by extensive training
    • In these cases, student achievement shows an impressive 29 percentile improvement.
    http://www.flickr.com/photos/30153066@N00/3963830713/
  • 6. Potential Pitfalls . . .
    • Using the voting devices but doing little with the findings
    • Not organizing or pacing the content well
    • Using too many visuals, making it hard for students to identify what is important
    • Too much attention to reinforcing features
    http://www.flickr.com/photos/annak/4103038164/
  • 7. “ Critical Instructional Sequence”
    • Previewing
    • Chunking
    • Scaffolding
    “ Teachers use of these instructional techniques coupled with this technology has a very powerful effect.” http://www.flickr.com/photos/jonasb/2751113526/
  • 8.
    • Pacing
    • Interaction with content
    • Monitoring for understanding and providing feedback (formative assessment)
    • Reflecting and summarizing
    “ Critical Instructional Sequence” http://www.flickr.com/photos/the-o/995714545/