What are they good for? Mimio board http://www.mimioconnect.com/ Info Pen Hoot Course:
http://hootcourse.com/ Mimio has it built in
Evernote or Ubernote would work well (evernote.com/ubernote.com) No having to walk back and forth to the computer. Can be used just like a computer,
but with no mouse. Can write on the board, take notes, have class participate, then capture screen Social bookmarking tools Interactive Whiteboard
in McMullen Working to get it installed in AM210 Installed on department laptop Contact Christy Wieckhorst to reserve a time to use it.
IT is looking into purchasing more for other buildings. If more people show interest, they may move more quickly. What is available What would work well with them? Screen capture With Diigo, can highlight web pages, then save as a bookmark. PowerPoint Presentations Make them more interesting that usual by writing on the slides. Write on the projected screen... have students draw or answer questions. Great for brainstorming. Diigo.com Evernote.com Delicious.com Plenty of criticism "I’m willing to argue that even with time and training, interactive whiteboards are an under-informed and irresponsible purchase. They do little more than reinforce a teacher-centric model of learning."
January 27, 2010 You can go "old school" with For more ideas, visit the FreeTech4Teachers blog at: http://www.freetech4teachers.com/2010/03/do-you-use-interactive-whiteboard.html So, the goal should be to make interactive whiteboard use in the classroom INTERACTIVE. How can I encorporate this technology into my class without a complete syllabus overhaul? What You Really Want To Know Have students use it for their presentations. Use it during discussions about assigned readings. If the readings have been digitized, you can highlight text and incorporate into the discussion. Reviewing websites:
Highlight, markup and save. With Mimio, you can use the whiteboard as usual, but save the board for later reference-- no projector required! Watch a video at
www.youtube.com/watch_popup?v=yU_fDjMVZ9U&vq=small#t=46 Infopen has a laser pointer, which you can use to write Use in conjunction with response clickers (available in the library) at the outset of class discussion, or when polling the class about reading comprehension. Save or print the screen for your next class,
to share with students who were absent,
or for review.See the full transcript