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G. Golovchinsky, S. Carter, and J. Biehl, "Beyond the Drawing Board: Toward More Effective Use of Whiteboard Content," 2009; http://arxiv.org/ftp/arxiv/papers/09110911.0039.pdf .
Boards Get Brains, Chalk Vanishes
By David Cohn
http://www.wired.com/news/print/0,1294,67710,00.html
Retrieved November 20, 2005
Promethean Research Page
http://www.prometheanworld.com/uk/html/training/research.shtml
Student Engagement, Visual Learning and Technology: Can Interactive Whiteboards Help?
WD Beeland Jr - Annual Conference of the Association of Information …, 2002 - chiron.valdosta.edu
Cited by 3 - View as HTML - Web Search -

http://chiron.valdosta.edu/are/Artmanscrpt/vol1no1/beeland_am.pdf
Retrieved November 12, 2005

This section of the SMART Education website will take you to a range of research papers, reports and school-based ‘Snapshots’ of Practice’ Case Studies relating to the use of ICT in Education. If you would like your school or college to feature here please do get in touch.
http://www.smart-education.org/shared/standard.asp?section=10

* Pedagogy, Practice & ICT
* ICT in Subject Teaching
* SMART Board Case Studies
* More About IWBs
Retrieved November 11, 2005

Manzana Limited In the Press > Publications
http://www.manzana.co.nz/news/news.htm
http://www.manzana.co.nz/resources/publications/publications.htm
Retrieved November 5, 2005

The Effects on Teaching and Learning of having a SMART Board Interactive Whiteboard in a Year 6 Classroom in New Zealand
One Teacher’s Journey - A Reflective Journal
http://www.manzana.co.nz/resources/publications/dianne_gilroy/dianne_gilroy.htm

LITERATURE REVIEW

SETTING, PURPOSE & SCOPE

This case study is set in a Year 6 classroom in the Junior School of Southern Cross Campus, Mangere, Auckland. Southern Cross is a composite decile 1 area school, with an enrollment of approximately 1800 students. The campus is divided into 4 schools; Junior, Middle, Senior and a Kura Kaupapa. The Junior School has a roll of approximately 500 Year 1 to 6 students.

In November 2003 a SMART Board interactive whiteboard was installed into my classroom, 1 of three Year 6 classes. I have over 20 years teaching experience, and was in the process of completing the Graduate Diploma of Education Technology through UNITEC. Part of the diploma involved the carrying out of a research project in a chosen area of ICT. The SMART Board was very much an unknown, emerging technology, so it seemed appropriate to look in depth at the effects this SMART Board would have on teaching and learning in my Year 6 class. http://www.manzana.co.nz/resources/publications/dianne_gilroy/1_Digital_Age.htm

DISCUSSION & EVALUATION

YEAR 6 STUDENT COMMENTS

REFERENCES AND BIBLIOGRAPHY

Retrieved November 5, 2005

IWB Net Publications
http://www.iwb.net.au/public/content/ViewCategory.aspx?id=32


* Kent, Peter (2004) E-Teaching with Interactive Whiteboards Practising Administrator (26)1.


* Lee, Mal, Gaffney, Mick and Schiller, John, (2001) Integrating ICT in Your School Hot Topics February 2001

* Lee, Mal (2004) 'Rethinking Your ICT and Education Strategy' Practising Administrator Vol 26, Number 1


* Lee, Mal and Boyle, Maureen (2003) 'The Richardson Revolution' Hot Topics Monograph Australian Council of Educational Leadership


* Mal Lee and Maureen Boyle (2004) ‘Richardson Revolution’ Educare
http://www.educare.com.au/issue_145/145profile.html
* Beth Lee and Maureen Boyle (2004) The Teachers Tell Their Story Canberra IWBNet

Retrieved November 5, 2005

Mulry, P. (n.d.) Digital Whiteboard – Technology that conforms to the pedagogy. Retrieved
      November 5, 2005 from Colgate University website:
      http://cel.colgate.edu/profiles/science/pmulry.htm

Retrieved November 5, 2005

Interactive Whiteboards Online

Interactive whiteboards are appearing in an increasing number of schools and colleges. So what are interactive whiteboards, are they worth buying and how do you use them?

This resource is designed to answer those questions, provide a primer for first-time users, offer information if your school is debating whether to buy one and, hopefully, enable teachers to develop their skills using these powerful pieces of new technology.
http://www.ltscotland.org.uk/connected/connected8/specialfeature/whiteboardsonline.asp

Glover, D., Miller, D. & Averis, D. (2004), Panacea or Prop: The Role of the Interactive Whiteboard in Improving Teaching Effectiveness. Paper presented at the Tenth International Congress of Mathematics Education. Copenhagen, Denmark, July 2004. Retrieved October 30, 2005 from http://www.icme-organisers.dk/tsg15/Glover_et_al.pdf
Retrieved October 30, 2005
Collaborative Group for Research in Mathematics Education
COMPLETED RESEARCH PROJECTS
The Effectiveness of using Interactive Whiteboards in Promoting Mathematical Thinking
http://www.crme.soton.ac.uk/research/iwb.html
Retrieved October 30, 2005

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National Clearinghouse for Educational Facilities


NCEF Resource List: Interactive Whiteboards
http://www.edfacilities.org/rl/interactive_whiteboards.cfm
Retrieved October 30, 2005

 

 

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What the research says about interactive whiteboards


This report is based on an analysis of current research about
the use of interactive whiteboards in teaching and learning.
It summarises the key findings and suggests resources for
further reading.

http://www.becta.org.uk/page_documents/research/wtrs_whiteboards.pdf
Retrieved October 30, 2005

Special Feature - Interactive Whiteboards

From Chalkface to Interface
Find out how Donald Morrison, Principal Teacher of History at Ellon Academy, Aberdeenshire, uses an interactive whiteboard to engage his pupils in learning ...

Interactive Whiteboards: NGfL Scotland Online Report
How are schools in Scotland using interactive whiteboards in the classroom? Find out in our specially commissioned report ...

http://www.ltscotland.org.uk/connected/connected8/specialfeature/index.asp

White is the new Black(board)!
Interactive Whiteboards are becoming increasingly popular, thanks to recent Government initiatives.  In 2004, the Secretary of State for Education announced that £25m was to be made available for schools in the UK to purchase whiteboards.
http://lgfl.skoool.co.uk/teachers.aspx?id=631
Retrieved October 28, 2005
Planning to purchase an interactive whiteboard
http://www.becta.org.uk/leaders/leaders.cfm?section=3_1&id=3173
Retrieved October 28, 2005

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Interactive whiteboards articles, classroom studies and good practice

A collection of specially commissioned articles, external articles, case studies and how tos
http://www.schoolzone.co.uk/resources/IWB/articles.asp
Retrieved October 28, 2005

All the following articles were published by schoolzone in 2005:

The effective use of interactive whiteboards in Key Stage One shared
reading
- guide to effective use, with examples to download and try for
yourself. By Emma Wilson

Using an IWB to teach Investigation Skills in Science -
Obtaining and Presenting Evidence in a Year 8 Transportation
Investigation. By Dawn Perry
A study in the use of digital photographs on the interactive whiteboard
to increase children's confidence in sequencing non-fiction writing,
especially science investigation plans, in a mixed age and ability Key
Stage Two class. By Janet Mulready
Developing effective PowerPoint lessons for Interactive Whiteboards -
explains how to convert textbook resources to produce an interactive
lesson that augmented the textbook materials and encouraged active
learning and co-operative learning situations. By Andrew Copland
Trials and Triumphs of an Interactive Whiteboard - an account of the
first week of interactive whiteboard use in a mixed age KS2 classroom in
a small village school. By Joanne Jones
Getting the most out of your Interactive White Board - a general guide
to the main types and some good uses of IWBs in general. A beginners
guide with some clever ideas, too. By Ian Moore
The Use of Digital Content to Aid Curriculum Delivery and Increase Pupil
Interactivity in the Primary School. By Phil Watson

 

INTERACTIVE WHITEBOARD RESEARCH PAPERS
DAVE MILLER, DEREK GLOVER, DOUG AVERIS, VICTORIA DOOR
University of Keele
http://www.keele.ac.uk/depts/ed/iaw/docs/IAWResearch.pdf
Retrieved
October 2, 2005

SMART News
http://www.steljes.co.uk/support_914.asp
Retrieved June 21, 2005

Interactive WhiteBoards
http://www.shambles.net/pages/staff/intwhiteb
Retrieved June 9, 2005
THE REVIEW PROJECT
Research & Evaluation of Interactive, Electronic Whiteboards
http://www.thereviewproject.org/index.htm
Retrieved
June 9, 2005

The REVIEW Project Discussion Forum June 9, 2005

INTERACTIVE WHITEBOARDS IN SUBJECT AREAS:
http://www.thereviewproject.org/case_studies.htm
Retrieved
June 9, 2005

Technology In The Classroom
Paul Laurence Dunbar High School
Lexington, Kentucky
Creating Online Lessons
http://www.staff.fcps.net/tcarr/online.htm
Retrieved May 21, 2005

The Interactive Whiteboard as a Force for Pedagogic
Change: The Experience of Five Elementary Schools in
an English Education Authority
DAVID MILLER AND DEREK GLOVER
Department of Education
Keele University
Keele, Staffordshire ST5 5BG United Kingdom
eda19@educ.keele.ac.uk
http://www.athena-gs.com/mimio/ITCE200215.pdf
Retrieved May 21, 2005

Real-timeLESSON OBSERVATION: Using technology in teacher training to learn about technology in the classroom
Maureen Haldane, Institute of Education
http://www.ltu.mmu.ac.uk/ltia/issue6/haldane.pdf
Retrieved May 21, 2005

Derek Glover and David Miller
DerekGlover@compuserve.com
University of Keele
http://www.ucalgary.ca/~iejll/volume6/glover.html
Retrieved May 21, 2005
Teacher Feature...
Why Use an Interactive Whiteboard?
A Baker’s Dozen Reasons!
by Dr. Mary Ann Bell
http://teachers.net/gazette/JAN02/mabell.html
Retrieved May 21, 2005
Using digital content in authentic curriculum P-10 contexts:
What do teachers have to say?
Australian Association for Research in Education Conference
Melbourne, Australia
29 November 2004
Dr Olivia Clarke
The Learning Federation
olivia.clarke@thelearningfederation.edu.au
http://www.aare.edu.au/04pap/cla04233.pdf
Retrieved May 21, 2005

TOWARDS A PEDAGOGY OF E-LEARNING
Dr Michael F Christie
Chalmers University of Technology
412 96 Göteborg
Sweden
Phone: 46+31+772 8556
Fax: 46+31+772 2578
Michael.Christie@ckk.chalmers.se

http://www.upv.es/menuconf/CD%20MENU%20CONFERENCE/1B%20Education/michel_christie.pdf

Retrieved May 21, 2005

Technology
September 2004
Bye Bye Blackboard
By Kristen Loschert

King's students enjoy the SMART Board just as much as the Edison students, eagerly writing letters on the giant screen, while an audio program provides the correct pronunciation. When Simonton Elementary School opened last year, the school came equipped with 42 SMART Boards, one for each classroom. (SMART Technologies Inc., which introduced the SMART Board in 1991, also supports a foundation that helps schools acquire the technology. http://www.nea.org/neatoday/0409/technology.html?mode=print
http://www.nea.org/neatoday/0409/technology.html
Retrieved May 9, 2005

Creativity, Imagination and Digital Technology
http://www.aare.edu.au/04pap/jon04499.pdf
Retrieved August 30, 2005

December 8, 2004
School Blackboards Are Turning White and Interactive
By ERIC DASH
Copyright 2004 The New York Times Company
http://query.nytimes.com/gst/abstract.html?res=FA0F15F839550C7B8CDDAB0994DC404482
Retrieved August 30, 2005

Taking the Technology out of IT - Using Smart Boards for IT Training
By Matthew D. Pugh
http://ferl.becta.org.uk/display.cfm?page=13&resid=1390&printable=1
Retrieved August 30, 2005
Learning from the bottom up
http://www.lsda.org.uk/files/lsda/regions/8_Bio_KBurden.pdf
Retrieved August 30, 2005
Technology-rich Classroom Environment
http://crpit.com/confpapers/CRPITV34Kennewell2.pdf
Retrieved August 30, 2005
Pedagogy and purpose for ICT in primary education
Rosamund Sutherland, Nick Breeze, Marina Gall, Steve Godwin, Sasha
Matthewman, Tim Shortis, Pat Triggs
http://www.interactiveeducation.ac.uk/out_sut.pdf

EXPOSURE – THE INTRODUCTION OF INTERACTIVE WHITEBOARD
TECHNOLOGY TO SECONDARY SCHOOL MATHEMATICS TEACHERS
IN TRAINING
David Miller, Derek Glover, and Doug Averis
Department of Education, Keele University, U.K.
http://fibonacci.dm.unipi.it/~didattica/CERME3/proceedings/Groups/TG9/TG9_Miller_cerme3.pdf

The Interactive Whiteboard as a Force for Pedagogic Change:
http://www.athena-gs.com/mimio/ITCE200215.pdf
Supporting Group Brainstorming
Mark A. Foltz and Randall Davis
September, 2000
http://rationale.csail.mit.edu/publications/Foltz2000Supporting.pdf
Pen Interfaces Pen Interfaces
Beryl Plimmer Beryl Plimmer
University of Auckland University of Auckland
New Zealand New Zealand
http://www.cosc.canterbury.ac.nz/research/reports/HonsReps/2001/hons_0107.pdf
A Flick in the Right Direction
An Evaluation of Simple Gesture Based Controls
Michael Moyle Dr. Andy Cockburn
(Supervisor)
November 2, 2001
http://www.cosc.canterbury.ac.nz/research/reports/HonsReps/2001/hons_0107.pdf
Aileen Nonis and Blanche O’Bannon
The University of Tennessee
Summer 2001
http://www.smarterkids.org/research/paper11.asp
Anne Clemens, Traci Moore and Brian Nelson
Mueller Elementary School
Wichita, Kansas
Summer 2001
http://www.smarterkids.org/research/paper10.asp
Blanton, Bonnie & Helms-Breazeale, Rebecca – Augusta State University
Gains in Self-Efficacy: Using SMART Board Interactive Whiteboard Technology in Special Education Classrooms
This project used cognitive/behavioral counseling, social-skills training, and the SMART Board interactive whiteboard to teach students with emotional/behavioral disorders. (Summer 2000)
http://www.smarterkids.org/research/paper2.asp

Bell, Mary Ann – Baylor University
Teachers' Perceptions Regarding the Use of the Interactive Electronic Whiteboard in Instruction

This study used an online survey to investigate interactive whiteboard use in a range of educational settings. (Winter 1998) Read the Paper
http://www.smarterkids.org/research/paper6.asp

Digital Whiteboard Options

http://i.cmpnet.com/techlearning/archives/2004/09/whiteboardchart.jpg
Retrieved August 30, 2005

http://www.interactive-whiteboards.co.uk/whiteboards_by_price.htm
Retrieved August 30, 2005
http://www.interactive-whiteboards.co.uk/whiteboards_by_size.htm
Digital Whiteboards Go to the Head of the Class
11/20/2003
http://www.thejournal.com/thefocus/32.cfm
Retrieved August 30, 2005
Goffe, W,  and Sosin, K. (Summer, 2005)  Teaching with Technology: May you Live in
      Interesting Times
. Journal of Economic Education, 36(3),  278-291. Retrieved October 30, 2005
      from http://cook.rfe.org/TeachingTech.pdf
Building a Digital Library of Captured Educational Experiences
http://www.cc.gatech.edu/fce/eclass/pubs/kyoto2000-icdl.pdf
Retrieved August 30, 2005
Future Computing Environments
College of Computing at Georgia Tech University
http://www.cc.gatech.edu/fce/c2000/pubs/mm96/node3.html
http://www.cc.gatech.edu/fce/c2000/pubs/mm96/node2.html
Retrieved August 30, 2005
THE IDEAL MULTIMEDIA-ENABLED CLASSROOM: PERSPECTIVES
FROM PSYCHOLOGY, EDUCATION AND INFORMATION SCIENCE
A. M. Eskicioglu, D. Kopec
http://www.sci.brooklyn.cuny.edu/~kopec/Publications/new/ASEE2003final.pdf
Retrieved August 30, 2005
Livenotes
Daniel Glaser, Tingting Huang, Alastair Iles, Matthew Kam, and Jingtao Wang
Alumni: Stella Maria Abad, David Amusin, Jane Chiu, Edwin Mach, Syed Ali Rizvi, Orna Tarshish, Eric Tse, Ian Wang, Hailing Xu, and Brian Yang
Principal investigator: John Canny
http://www.cs.berkeley.edu/~mattkam/livenotes/
Retrieved August 30, 2005

Phil Mulry
Dept: Computer Science
Topic: Digital Whiteboard - Technology that Conforms to the Pedagogy.

For many educators, the whiteboard has replaced the blackboard as a communication medium in the classroom and office. Taking this one step further, the 'digital whiteboard' enables the information that has been written on a whiteboard to be saved to a computer file for later use.
http://cel.colgate.edu/profiles/science/pmulry.htm
Retrieved August 30, 2005

Technology + Innovation = Pedagogy
William F. Moss, Roy P. Pargas, Lawrence W. Grimes, and Barbara E. Weaver
Departments of Mathematical Science, Computer Science, and Experimental Statistics
School of Humanities
Clemson University
http://www.celt.lsu.edu/CFD/E-proceedings04/Weaver.pdf
To set up your floating tools
http://activated.decs.act.gov.au/learning/word/elt/13_SMARTBoards.pdf
SMART Board User Guide
http://www.infodiv.unimelb.edu.au/tss/learn/User_Guides/UserGuide-SMARTBOARD.pdf
Smart™ WhiteBoards Support
http://www.sitevision.co.uk/smartboards_support.htm

Retrieved August 30, 2005
 
 

 

Sub topic: Instant Student Feedback

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New Wireless Learning System from TI Gives Teachers Instant Feedback on Student Comprehension
TI-Navigator™ fuels student interaction, enables real-time assessment
http://education.ti.com/us/about/press/release/news48.html
May 25, 2005

Instant Assessment - From Fear to Fun by Remote Control
Posted by Paul Chenoweth at February 2, 2005 04:37 AM
http://forum.belmont.edu/dragonstale/archives/2005/02/instant_assessm.html

May 25, 2005

Remote Control Response and Assessment
Posted by Paul Chenoweth at November 29, 2004 04:55 AM
http://forum.belmont.edu/dragonstale/archives/2004/11/remote_control.html
May 25, 2005

 

Documents from Journals

 

Yonald Chery
IEEE MultiMedia April-June 2000 (Vol. 7, No. 2)
pp. 90-92 Bringing the Common Whiteboard into the Digital Age

 

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