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Student perceptions of the influence of IWBs on their learning in mathematics

Posted on 15 Oct 2012 with 0 comments
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This study investigates primary school students’ perceptions of interactive whiteboard (IWB) technology and its influence on their learning during mathematics instruction.  The findings highlight the need for supporting the professional learning of teachers even though they may have been using an IWB for several years, and particularly in relation to the increased emphasis on using technologies in the new Australian mathematics curriculum.


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