Most educators are thrilled to have interactive whiteboards (IWBs) in their classrooms, but many wonder how to make the jump from passive teacher lectures to truly interactive and engaging lessons.
Interactive whiteboards are received with enthusiasm, but many educators still hold a traditional view of what an IWB can bring to the classroom, said Alyssa Porter, leader of product marketing and content strategy for DYMO/Mimio, during a recent webinar on the topic.
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“We think we can do better than that,” she said. In fact, Porter and DYMO/Mimio have outlined a few tips to help educators enhance their IWB content and lesson delivery—and high-quality interactive lesson content is at the heart of their advice.
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