Effective Use of Interactive Whiteboards

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Effective Use of Interactive Whiteboards

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OpenLearning's aim is to inspire, motivate and empower through education. We believe that learning can and should be enjoyable, ongoing, and above all effective. Transformative education enhances people’s abilities, promotes dynamic communication, and fosters a lifelong love of learning. We’re committed to creating fun and interactive communities and want our learning vision to spread far beyond educational institutions, branching into boardrooms, offices, team sports, group work, and right through to retirement. We believe that you should never stop learning, and we want to share our passion for accessible education.Discover yourself through education!

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Important Announcement!

On Tuesday, 1 August this course will be transitioned to a new course here on OpenLearning using the most recent interface.  This brings with it a large number of improvements in course navigation as well as some streamlining of content based on the last two years pf participant feedback.

We recommend that new participants join the updated course which you can find here:

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Existing participants, fear not!  This course will remain active so those already a significant way into the course can keep on going and complete it here.  The presenter's content remains the same in the new course, there's simply some altering of a few of the activities to make them easier to interact with.  

Our two free courses, the other of which is Introduction to Relief Teaching for Graduates, are the first stage of bring all of our older courses to the most...

Important Announcement!

On Tuesday, 1 August this course will be transitioned to a new course here on OpenLearning using the most recent interface.  This brings with it a large number of improvements in course navigation as well as some streamlining of content based on the last two years pf participant feedback.

We recommend that new participants join the updated course which you can find here:

https://www.openlearning.com/classcover/courses/EffectiveUseOfInteractiv

Existing participants, fear not!  This course will remain active so those already a significant way into the course can keep on going and complete it here.  The presenter's content remains the same in the new course, there's simply some altering of a few of the activities to make them easier to interact with.  

Our two free courses, the other of which is Introduction to Relief Teaching for Graduates, are the first stage of bring all of our older courses to the most user friendly version of OpenLearning.s courses for the benefit of Relief Teacher Association members and guests.


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Susan Burke from interactivelessons.com.au presents 'Effective USe of Interactive Whiteboards'

As educators, we know that technology engages students, and student engagement needs to be our top priority. Most classrooms are equipped with an interactive white board and this course will give you lots of fantastic, simple ways to use the IWB without any preparation.

Susan is an experienced teacher with a passion for designing IWB lessons. If you have had little or no training or experience with IWBs, this course is sure to get you excited about incorporating IWBs in your teaching.

Addressed Standards:

NESA: 4.5.2 & 7.4.2

Australian Professional Standards for Teachers: 4.5 & 7.4

This course contributes to 2 professional development hours.

Target Audience:

Relief Teachers

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3 years, 3 months ago
I have just started module 1 and 2 and I find it so interesting I cant wait to complete others. I like the ideas and the visual explanation of the course. It is wonderful to watch because you can stop and start on the concept presented and ensure comprehension. It is visually expressed in a clear concise manner and the ideas presented are good examples for classroom practice using all students or a smaller group. Concepts presented are excellent and can be used for other subjects such as languages, English and Mathematics. Students will enjoy the fun exercises plus learn as a group in a happy environment that will enthuse them to learn effectively.
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Hi There, this course has provided plenty of opportunities for useful Learning and understanding that leads to efficient teaching .Thank you all for the guidance and support throughout the course . Cheers!
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