Here are my top five tips for creating resources using the Interactive Whiteboard. I am not by any means an expert, but I have picked up a few tricks and tips along the way that allow me to create interesting resources for the IWB with only the most basic knowledge of how it works.
If you are interested on learning more about making the interactive whiteboard interesting and, most importantly, interactive, then you should probably go and take a look at these other websites:
- Tom Barrett’s 37 (at the latest count) tips
- Teachers Love Smartboards
- The IWB Challenge
- Smartboard lesson podcasts
- The Whiteboard Blog
That’ll keep you busy for a while anyway…
Note 1: Those of you who have read previous posts from this blog on the subject might recognise some of the tips, although they have been brought up to date and hopefully you would still gain from watching.
Note 2: Although I have used SmartBoard software for Mac in the video, the principles behind these tips apply to any make of Interactive Whiteboard and indeed any operating system.
What do you think? Knowing me, I have probably missed something very obvious… do let me know what it is!