Thursday, October 21, 2010

The interactive whiteboard is great for demonstrations. It is guiding us to exploit technology and become industrialized teachers and specialists who designate enthusiasm to our students through developing technological skills throughout the learning process. Also, we work on power point presentations, different resources and visuals to show students how to use different applications. Therefore, one-computer in classroom can maximize the use of limited computer access by using the whiteboard. Students can work together as individuals contributing at the board, other participants at the computer, and the group as a whole, collaboratively, discussing the activity. Consequently, it’s a great invention that serves multiple students at the same time. Go KSPS GO!!!

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