Interactive whiteboards and talking books: a new approach to teaching children to write?

  title={Interactive whiteboards and talking books: a new approach to teaching children to write?},
  author={S. Martin},
  • S. Martin
  • Published 2007
  • Psychology
  • Literacy
  • This article presents work undertaken with a class of Scottish Primary Six children (aged 10) to investigate the use of interactive whiteboard technology and interactive talking books in whole-class writing lessons. The paper reports on a research project with three aims: to investigate how the use of an interactive whiteboard to reflect on the language and style of professional authors influenced the children’s own writing; to examine the effect of this experience on the writing and behaviour… CONTINUE READING

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