SMART Presentations: Television Production
The interactive whiteboard seamlessly blends conventional class learning strategies at the board with the ability to interact, save and edit digital images on a computer. Visual learners see what is taking place as it unfolds, whereas those with poor visual skills benefit from the large display and the ability to highlight parts of an image. Auditory learners can pair what they are seeing with what is said, whereas those with poor auditory skills receive enhanced visual support.
Furthermore, the large writing area, guiding images and smooth work surface work well for students with poor motor skills. The NPEF grant funded the purchase of this technology and the equipment will be used for students of all abilities.