IWB - Interactive Whiteboards
Driving achievement across the primary curriculum.
Are you in search of great interactive whiteboard teaching approaches combined with hundreds of the best resources available to support your teaching schemes, especially across Maths & English? Then this is the course to meet and more than satisfy your needs. Our IWB team have assembled a wealth of materials, so loved by teachers nationwide. It’s all just a click away!
This self-paced online course looks at how an interactive whiteboard functions, the various whiteboard options available and its potential to revolutionise classroom teaching. Teachers will have an opportunity to engage with exciting dynamic interactive whiteboard content in order to appreciate the potential of this powerful technology to enliven & enhance classroom lessons, especially in the areas of literacy, mathematics, SESE and the arts.
The online format of this course enables you to study at a time and place that best suits your own needs.
Summer course access is available from July 1st to 5pm on Friday, August 23rd 2019.
Within this highly interactive web based course, a dynamic learning experience awaits, where you can interact with your fellow course participants through the in-course chat forums and communication tools provided by the CPD College learning system.
Our friendly and knowledgeable tutors actively support each course, providing expert interaction, guidance and feedback for all participants on chat questions and assignments which call for critical reflection, self-analysis and a reasoned response.
On successful completion of your course, you can download and print off your CPD record and certificate of completion.
We look forward to welcoming you to your course.
This course aims to:
- Provide a thorough knowledge of interactive whiteboards, their application within curriculum and their versatility to support teaching and learning
- Engage with and bookmark the vast dynamic range of interactive whiteboard based content available across a number of curriculum areas, especially for literacy and mathematics
- Examine the place of interactive whiteboards in the technology promoting school
- Review research findings into the use of interactive whiteboards in schools and their impact on student learning
- Review and integrate the mapped digital interactives to schemes of work
- Create WEBQUESTS in literacy, mathematics and SESE
- Provide ideas, insights and creative approaches to the application of IWBs, and identify peripherals that can be attached for added value in teaching and learning
- Distil out the accumulated experiences and practical ideas from participants into a TEACHER SHARE RESOURCE CENTRAL
- Reflect on their own current approach to the use and integration of I.C.T. within the various curricular areas, especially literacy & Maths, and how current good practice could be further refined & enhanced to drive outcome
- Look at, review and score one’s own ‘Teacher Practice in Literacy’ as part of the SSE process.
|01 - The interactive whiteboard as a teaching tool and how it impacts on pedagogy.|
|02 - How interactive whiteboards can be used to support literacy in an integrated way.|
|03 - How interactive whiteboards can be used to support the teaching and illustration of mathematical concepts in the classroom.|
|04 - How interactive whiteboards can be used to support and enliven classroom lessons across all subjects of the curriculum from SESE to the Arts.|
|05 - What constitutes a technology promoting school, where ICT is used to enhance teaching & learning, and where interactive whiteboards can be an invaluable part of the technological mix.|
"I found this course to be exactly what I needed, it has enthused me and taken away the fear of using an IWB. I feel it was a very hands on course and the resources provided were excellent, it was like a face to face summer course at times. I thoroughly enjoyed the course and feel it met and surpassed my expectations. There are so many ideas I have learned from completing these five modules and I hope to incorporate them into my teaching next year." - Joan, 2018