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Do other practitioners use IT in a whole class situation?

 

I have an e-beam as opposed to a whiteboard. It is (connected to a pc) attached to the front of a big screen TV which means that all the wires are at the back, you don't need a projector, you don't get that shadow when someone stands in front of the display etc

 

I am interested to hear from other colleagues using whiteboards with reception and Year 1 children.

 

What software are you using? (Successfully and otherwise!)

 

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Hi Halfwaybridge -

Welcome to the forum and thanks for posting! :D

 

We had a discussion on Interactive Whiteboards some time ago, which you can go to by clicking here. You might find some interesting links in there as well. I know Unafitz had a lot of experience with them so hopefully she'll find this post! (You there Unafitz? :o )

 

If your e-beam is attached to a big screen tv, doesn't it mean that you can't interact with it directly by touching or drawing on it? That was always one of the things I found most interesting when I was reading up about them.

 

Welcome again - hope you find the community useful and entertaining.

 

Steve.

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