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Transcript: Brands & Styles Developed in 1990 by Xerox Parc. Intel starting funding a program for interactive whiteboards in 1992. 2001 eInstruction released the first fully mobile whiteboard. 2009 eInstruction made mini boards and remotes that connect to the larger boards. More interesting More study/learning games available More hands on opportunities Easy access to videos and searching for information Interactive Projector Boards Interactive Whiteboard Promethean Planet Professors, Teachers, & Students News Reporters Sports Reporters Businesses Needed Equipment Touch sensitive Board ActivBoard Touch, ActivBoard 300 Pro, and ActivBoard 500 Pro by: Promethean 885ix2 by: SMART Board Interactive Slates by: Dell EyeRIS Interactive Whiteboard by: Cybernetyx http://merit.education.wisc.edu/Libraries/WorkshopHandouts/Interactive_Whiteboard_Basics.sflb.ashx http://smarttech.com/Solutions/Education+Solutions/Products+for+education/Interactive+whiteboards+and+displays/SMART+Board+interactive+whiteboards/885ix+for+education http://www.dell.com/learn/us/en/26/k-12-solutions-featured-solutions-instructional-technology-interactive-whiteboards https://canvas.instructure.com/courses/787272/pages/1-dot-2-introduction-brands-models-and-types Products Uses Types of Whiteboards Board with a touch sensitive surface Stylus Projector Computer Stand or Mount (depending on if its going to be mobile or on the wall) History People Promethean Boards Maxim is "The World's Largest Interactive Whiteboard Community" Find presentations on the site Advantages for Students Stylus (not all boards require a stylus, but they tend to be more accurate on the boards then a finger) Projector (needed to produce the picture on the screens) Advantages for Teachers Credits To play presentation/movies As an advances chalkboard/whiteboard To play learning games on A bigger screen for a computer Improves keeping students attention in class Uses multiple learning styles Studies have show more people participate in class if they get to use the Interactive Whiteboard Johnson By: Amber Who Uses Whiteboards? Tools

Interactive Whiteboard

Transcript: Prevalence Implementation The very first interactive whiteboards were developed by Xerox Parc around 1990. They were designed and manufactured for use in the office. The Interactive Whiteboard combines a dry erase whiteboard with an LCD projector and is usually mounted on a wall or floor stand. As it is powered by easy-to-use software, the Interactive Whiteboard becomes a computer screen viewable by an entire classroom. The projector projects the content from a computer onto the surface of the board while the teacher controls the content either with a pointer or a touch of the hand instead of a keyboard and mouse. The use of Interactive Whiteboards has increased substantially in the past ten years. It has now become a normal, everyday classroom tool. Before the Interactive Whiteboard, teachers used chalkboards and whiteboards in the classroom. Predecessors Advantages Disadvantages installment time potentially a distraction for some Interactive Whiteboard Description The Interactive Whiteboard replicates virtually anything that can be done on a computer however it is projected onto a touch screen whiteboard. This allows students to participate and be involved physically with the lesson. Not only is this used in the classroom, but the Interactive Whiteboard is also used in small group meetings and round-tables in the office setting. increases student focus increases student participation an involvement encourages multi-sensory learning makes learning more enjoyable for students A teacher can create many engaging lessons that allow students to be involved and participate. By using this Interactive Whiteboard, teachers can teach lessons with music, images and videos from the internet. History Application

Interactive Whiteboard

Transcript: Audio learners can participate in a class discussion. Best Practices: Interactive Whiteboard Interactive whiteboards are wonderful additions to any classroom, as they add interactivity and collaboration. An interactive whiteboard is an instructional tool that allows computer images to be displayed onto a board using a digital projector. The instructor can then manipulate the elements on the board by using his finger as a mouse, directly on the screen. Items can be dragged, clicked and copied and the lecturer can handwrite notes, which can be transformed into text and saved. Tactile learners get to touch and move things around the board. They can also make notes and highlight elements. How Interactive Whiteboards can be used: Great for all types of learners Interactive teaching: The teacher can call upon the students to interact with the whiteboard themselves. The lecturer can sit at the computer, with the student at the whiteboard, and the class offering suggestions and contributing ideas Best Practices: Interactive Whiteboard..... It is more than "just a whiteboard". Group interaction: Interactive whiteboards promote group discussion and participation. They are an effective tool for brainstorming as notes made on the screen can be turned into text, and saved to be shared and distributed later. Definition: Visual learners benefit from a clear view of what is happening on the board. An interactive whiteboard can be a cost saver as this technology demonstrates how one computer can provide learning stimuli for a whole classroom. This is more cost effective than equipping an entire IT room, or every student with a laptop.

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