I can't really agree with that as a blanket statement. There are
benefits to piloting interactive whiteboards before a full
implementation. Different schools and teachers have different needs.
We still have teachers who don't use projectors, yet they are very
effective. It would be better to give another teacher an interactive
whiteboard than to mount a projector that doesn't get used.
South Burlington High School
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Subject: Re: Need a couple of stories concerning Smartboards
We are a smartboard shop but I would agree with Eric, and would go
further in this point. That for equity amongst teachers (and therefore
'equal' or 'fair'
impact on students) it is a better system that every teacher have a
projector before any one teacher has a projector AND an IWB.
>I am concerned that this message specifies one particular product. ...
on 2/2/10 12:31 PM, Peter Drescher wrote:
>of anecdotal examples of how a Smartboard
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