Christopher Betcher, Mal Lee
Zu finden in: The Interactive Whiteboard Revolution, 2009
In the same way that the old-style blackboards were a technology that could be used in traditional schools every day by all teachers, interactive whiteboards are already displaying their facility to be used in this ‘every-day-by-every-teacher’ way in our emerging digital schools. Because of their capacity to become an embedded part of a modern classroom, the IWB may just serve to be the catalyst that fi nally moves schools away from the traditional paper-based model towards a more integrated digital mode of operation. The traditional paper-based school has existed in more or less the same form literally for centuries, but we are starting to see the beginnings of a shift as schools all over the world start to look for ways to maximise the potential of digital learning and take advantage of the evolving and exciting educational opportunities this digital world brings with it.
However, we need to remind ourselves that this is still just the start of the revolution. The real challenges for teachers at this point in the development of digital classrooms are to see the great potential that lies ahead, to master the tools and the mindset to begin claiming that potential, and to collaborate with their colleagues and students to effectively use these new tools for teaching in a digital world. The IWB has all the characteristics for being a potent tool in this educational shift.
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