ABSTRACT Researchers who have examined the use of interactive whiteboards (IWBs) for pedagogic uses have often suggested that IWBs would likely affect both teachers' teaching and students' learning styles. This article defines four IWB supported teaching and learning interaction factors: IWB Supported Teaching (IST), IWB Supported Learning (ISL), Teacher Supported Learning (TSL), and Student Interactive Learning (SIL). A quantitative analysis of classroom observation records (683 instructional events) was conducted using descriptive statistics and a chi-square test to uncover the association between interaction factors. The results show that these four interaction factors were significantly associated with each other, and over 90% of the instructional events examined simultaneously complied with IST and TSL behaviors. Finally, this study may be of importance to explain the dynamic association between interaction factors and to provide a novel approach for educators to gain insight into how teaching and learning interaction about IWB technology relates to their usage.
|Number of pages||12|
|Journal||Journal of Educational Technology & Society|
|Publication status||Published - 2012|