Using Interactive Whiteboards to Provide Differentiated Instruction

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Laurie Cassie
Heidi Cyr

Interactive whiteboards, including SMART®boards, are increasingly used as tools to address a range of exceptionalities in the classroom. Erin Yorke, POPARD Education and Behaviour Consultant , spoke with Vancouver teachers, Heidi Cyr and Laurie Cassie, about their use of SMART®boards.

References:
Mallory Burton, Jaimie Ashton (April 2010). Using the SMARTBoard to Differentiate Instruction: Best Practices and Solutions for Students with Special Needs

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