Finding the Way: Signposts in Teachers' Development of Effective Interactive Whiteboard Pedagogies
Australian Educational Computing Volume 24, Number 1, ISSN 1443-833X e-ISSN 1443-833X
This paper describes the process and outcomes of an action research project conducted in collaboration with classroom teachers who developed strategies that utilized Interactive Whiteboard technology for improving children's literacy and numeracy. Critical incident stories are used to demonstrate significant signposts in the teachers' development of interactive pedagogies. Recommendations are mode for future professional learning initiatives that support effective use of interactive whiteboard technology.
Murcia, K. & McKenzie, S. (2009). Finding the Way: Signposts in Teachers' Development of Effective Interactive Whiteboard Pedagogies. Australian Educational Computing, 24(1), 23-29.
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