Best #IWB Advice I’ve Heard in a While

I received this in an email from Ron Morlan, Waterloo Community Schools, and it is brilliant. Yet, in all the conversations I’ve had about IWBs with others in the last few years, we talk about everything but this.

 

Probably the biggest message to send in training surrounding IWB’s is that there is a HUGE possibility of creating the false illusion of a student-centered approach when in fact they are being used as a nice upgrade to a teacher-centered, “sage-on-the-stage” approach.  What does good teaching look like WITHOUT the board?  How can GOOD teaching be enhanced by using the IWB?  Those are the questions to ask…

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