17 April 2014
How Whiteboards Play a Critical Role in Innovation
Interactive whiteboards (IWBs) are used in many situations such as classrooms, board rooms, training centres, studios and healthcare consultants, among others. In the classroom, an interactive whiteboard is seen as a device that immediately captures students’ attention. It also drives innovation, because teachers can ask questions that are open ended, poll students’ answers, continue with the class and conduct a survey again to see if students’ comprehension and perspectives are different. New methods such as quizzes and polls can be used to teach subjects such as mathematics, history, geography or political science. Charts and maps can be easily explained to students.