Teaching science with interactive whiteboards
Issue 247 | Page 27 | Published Jan 2012
Imagine coming into your classroom one morning to discover that your trusted whiteboard had been removed and replaced by a large, shiny, scary new board with a funny surface that you are encouraged not to write on, linked to your computer. What will you do? How will you cope? What if you break it? Can you go back to your overhead projector?
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