Back to the drawing board
21 April 2011Add to My Folder
Explore some of the great activities interactive whiteboards enable
The interactive whiteboard (IWB) has rapidly become one of the main methods of communicating with children in the classroom. With many schools having IWB in their classrooms, how can you make the best of yours?
The IWB pen works in the same way as a computer’s mouse. Have a go at using your IWB as a canvas using Sumo Paint – a free browser-based drawing package. You could use this to demonstrate the different stages of creating a piece of artwork.
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