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What Are The Best Ways To Use Interactive White Boards?

Jay Sugerman asks:

With our school about to install Smart Boards, I'm getting in touch to ask if you'd please recommend the best sites to learn how to incorporate this tool as well as any collections of good interactive sites and lessons.

Though I'm not a big fan of schools using their limited funds to purchase Interactive White Boards, many schools do have them. What are your ideas on how teachers can use them most effectively? And also feel free to comment if you think IWB's are worth -- or not worth -- their expense....

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