Interactive Whiteboard System Creates ‘Active Classrooms’ for Rural Georgia School System

Gatlin, Mike. T.H.E. Journal (Jan 2004) Our students live in a multimedia world. However, the technology that students enjoy in their lives outside of school makes it more difficult for teachers to capture their attention in the classroom with “old-fashioned” tools such as chalkboards, whiteboards and overhead projectors. In order to catch and keep […]

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