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Exploring Pedagogy with Interactive Whiteboards in Australian Schools
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Australian Educational Computing Volume 23, Number 1, ISSN 1443-833X e-ISSN 1443-833X

Abstract

This research project investigated the use of interactive whiteboards (IWBs) in K-12 education. Exploration of the use of IWBs in six different school settings provided insights into the activities, approaches, roles and beliefs of students and teachers in a range of primary and secondary class contexts and discipline areas. The study was informed by socio-cultural theory and a major focus was on the interactions between the new technology, pedagogy and the social conditions of the classroom. The findings presented in this paper focus on the pedagogical aspects of using IWBs that emerged from the study. (Contains 1 table.)

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Kearney, M. & Schuck, S. (2008). Exploring Pedagogy with Interactive Whiteboards in Australian Schools. Australian Educational Computing, 23(1), 8-13. Retrieved April 20, 2019 from .

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