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Developing Interactive Teaching And Learning Using The Iwb (UK Higher Education OUP Humanities & Social Sciences Education OUP) Paperback – 15 Feb 2014

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  • Paperback: 152 pages
  • Publisher: Open University Press (15 Feb. 2014)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 033526316X
  • ISBN-13: 978-0335263165
  • Product Dimensions: 21.6 x 0.9 x 27.9 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
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About the Author

Sara Hennessy is Senior Lecturer in Teacher Development and Pedagogical Innovation in the Faculty of Education, University of Cambridge, UK.

Paul Warwick is Lecturer in Primary Science and ICT in the Faculty of Education, University of Cambridge, UK.

Lloyd Brown, Diane Rawlins and Caroline Neale are experienced school-based practitioners.

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The various chapters in this printed publication in combination with the references to relevant research and the variety of the well-documented, related online resources (classroom-based video clips, IWB files, descriptions of lesson phases, etc) - both in terms of school subjects and educational sectors, provide a most useful guide to exploring the key concepts and practices of classroom dialogue for a wide range of educational professionals and training settings.

I used all of the main resources myself in 2014 while running a successful IWB professional development workshop on behalf of TELLConsult, http://www.TELLConsult.eu the consultancy responsible for the train-the-trainer programme in the Polish/Turkish EU project 'Tabula Alba' (2013-2015) http://www.tabulaalba.eu/news.php
I found that they reflect the authors’ recognition that practical and concrete materials are needed to support teachers in diverse educational settings to address the challenging issues involved in developing a (more) supportive climate for dialogue in their classrooms.

Find the full review published in the free e-zine 'EmergingEdTech'
http://www.emergingedtech.com/2014/11/book-review-developing-interactive-teaching-learning-using-iwb/
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Developing Interactive teaching
The book "Developing Interactive teaching and Learning Using the Interactive Whiteboard…" is a professional learning resource that addresses classroom teaching with and around interactive whiteboards. It is clearly written with the intention to promote effective dialogues where teaching using an interactive whiteboard (IWB) takes place, through open questioning of students to create reflections and dialogues in classroom conversation. The book's first section on Professional Development Resource is written for teachers to reflect and think about their own teaching, not only with the use of an IWB, but also more especially with dialogue and with the interactive whiteboard as a mediating artefact. In that sense, the resource will help to bring dialogic pedagogy into the classroom, to change traditional teaching, and to change the perspective that the IWB is simply a tool to aid ‘transmission teaching’. Therefore, this book is important both for teachers who use technical aids in teaching, but also in the discussion of pedagogy generally. Along with my own book "Interactive whiteboards. Changed teaching practices. Dialogue Pedagogy in middle school and secondary education"(Wølner & Gjertsen, 2015), my students are exposed to cutting edge thinking about how to use a digital resource such as the IWB. The two books together could be a valuable help to student teachers and teachers in Norwegian education courses and elsewhere. The focus is on a holistic pedagogy around learning management through dialogue-based teaching and on where the IWB fits into this perspective.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Excellent Professional Development Resource for Interactive White Board Users 16 Nov. 2014
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Format: Paperback
The various chapters in this printed publication in combination with the references to relevant research and the variety of the well-documented, related online resources (classroom-based video clips, IWB files, descriptions of lesson phases, etc) - both in terms of school subjects and educational sectors, provide a most useful guide to exploring the key concepts and practices of classroom dialogue for a wide range of educational professionals and training settings.

I used all of the main resources myself in 2014 while running a successful IWB professional development workshop on behalf of TELLConsult, http://www.TELLConsult.eu the consultancy responsible for the train-the-trainer programme in the Polish/Turkish EU project 'Tabula Alba' (2013-2015) http://www.tabulaalba.eu/news.php
I found that they reflect the authors’ recognition that practical and concrete materials are needed to support teachers in diverse educational settings to address the challenging issues involved in developing a (more) supportive climate for dialogue in their classrooms.

Find the full review published in the free e-zine 'EmergingEdTech'
http://www.emergingedtech.com/2014/11/book-review-developing-interactive-teaching-learning-using-iwb/
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