Another term is right here, and there’s no better time to take your classrooms into the 21st Century by replacing that dusty, chalk-stained blackboard with an interactive whiteboard solution. Currently, in Nigeria, we have a lot of brands to choose from, but not all of them provides value to the buyer. We're here to provide a buying guide on Interactive Whiteboards (IWB) for School Owners, School Administrators, and Educators.
Interactive whiteboards are becoming more and more popular and are well established in schools, corporate organisations (used for meeting and presentation in boardrooms) throughout Nigeria and across Africa. This technology is being used as a replacement for media/video systems and the traditional whiteboard.
Anything that can be done on a computer monitor can be reproduced on an interactive whiteboard. For example, an instructor can create engaging lessons that focus on one task, such as a matching activity where students use either their fingers or a pen to match items. Another instructor might integrate multiple items into a lesson, such as websites, photos, and music, where students respond to using interactive gestures, respond to verbally or even write feedback and comments on the board itself. This technology makes the one-computer classroom a workable instructional model.