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Interactive displays

What are interactive displays? 

Interactive technologies such as QR codes, interactive whiteboards, projectors, and computer screens provide ways for students to interact with and engage in learning and teaching activities. These technologies enable students to be both creators and consumers of knowledge.

Konini School teacher, Vicki Pimenta shares her approach to using the literacy progressions and raising student achievement in reading.

2Touch

Students with special learning needs improved their communication skills during circle time through the use of a 2Touch interactive whiteboard.

Tags: Diverse learners, Effective pedagogy, English, Assistive technologies, Interactive displays, Lower primary, Lower secondary, Middle primary, Primary, Secondary, Upper primary, Upper secondary

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Sharing book reviews with QR codes

Sharing book reviews with QR codes

Hillcrest Normal School librarian, Kim Bizo demonstrates and describes the process for making QR codes of book reviews with gifted and talented students. 

Student ownership of reading goals supported by QR codes

Reading goals supported by QR codes

Konini School teacher, Vicki Pimenta shares her approach to using the literacy progressions and raising student achievement in reading.

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Improving communication skills using 2Touch interactive whiteboards

Read how special needs students improved their communication skills through the use of an interactive whiteboard.


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