The Hattiesburg American reports that new interactive whiteboards are a big hit with educators at Hattiesburg’s Rowan Elementary. Following Hurricane Katrina, Promethean donated three “Activeclassroom” systems. These systems include an interactive whiteboard, LCD projector, and an interactive pen that serves as both a pointer and a mouse. The systems allow teachers to connect to the internet, access lesson plans, and involve students in interactive exercises. In the past, lessons would be static, but now educators can reach their students in whole new ways, and the district plans to buy 30 more of them, or one for each classroom, before the start of the next school year…