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Using interactive whiteboards with deaf pupils   Using interactive whiteboards with deaf pupils
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Description:
This is a BECTa funded case study produced by Alison Carter on the use of interactive whiteboards in the classroom. 
Resource Support Notes:
This case study aims to provide evidence that using an interactive whiteboard with primary aged pupils is an effective tool and, more specifically, that it is of particular benefit to deaf bilingual children.  
Group Affiliation:
Teaching 
Subject/Category:
Art & Design, Com. Languages, ICT, PSHE 
Age Relevance:
Foundation Stage, Key Stage 1, Key Stage 2, Key Stage 3 
Copyright Holder:
BCC/Netmedia/Alison Carter/BECTa 
Originator:
Alison Carter/BECTa 
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