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My selection of IWB-related research references Literature list related to publications on IWB in (Language) Education. Please report broken links and/or relevant additions.

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·  Abrahamson, D. (2003) ‘Embodied spatial articulation: a gesture perspective on student negotiation between kinaesthetic  schemas and epistemic forms in learning mathematics’ in McDougall, D.E., and Ross, J.A. (ed.) ‘Proceedings of the 26th. Annual Meeting of the International Group for the Psychology of Mathematics Education Vol.2 ( 791-797)

·  Abrams, G. and Haefner, J. (1998). S.H.O.W.M.E.: Spear-Heading Online Work in Mathematics Education,

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·  Agterberg, M., & Teeuwes, P. (2007) Een onderzoek naar  de inzet van digitale schoolborden.

·  Aldrich, F., Rogers, Y., & Scaife, M. (1998). Getting to grips with ‘‘interactivity’’: helping teachers assess the educational value of CDROMs. British Journal of Educational Technology, 29(4), 321–332.

·  Alexander, R. (2004) Dialogic teaching. York, Dialogos.

·  Armstrong, V., Barnes, S., Sutherland, R., Curran, S., Mills, S. and Thompson, I. (2005) Collaborative research methodology for investigating teaching and learning: the use of interactive whiteboard technology Educational Review 57(4), 457 – 469.

·  Askew M., Brown M., Rhodes V., Wiliam D., and Johnson D. (1997) Effective Teachers of Numeracy in Primary Schools: Teachers’ beliefs, practices and pupils’ learning. Conference paper presented at BERA 1997.

·  Austin, N. (2003). Mighty White. The Guardian. London.

·  Bailey, C. and Chambers, J., (1996) ‘Interactive learning and technology in the US science and mathematics reform movement’ British Journal of Educational Technology 27 (2): 123-133

·  Balanskat, Anja; Blamier, Roger; Kefala, Stella (European Communities, European Schoolnet, Brussels, Belgium , Dec 2006)

·  Ball, Barbara. "Teaching and Learning Mathematics with an Interactive Whiteboard." Micromath (Spring 2003) 4–7. 2003.

·  Beauchamp, G & Parkinson, J. (2005) Beyond the ‘wow' factor: Developing interactivity with the interactive whiteboard School Science Review March 2005 86(316), 97-103

·  BEAUCHAMP, G and BICKNELL, C. (2005) ‘Interactivity in the primary school: teachers’ perceptions in mathematics, science and second language teaching’ Paper presented at BERA (British Educational Research Association) conference, University of Glamorgan, September 2005

·  Beauchamp, G. (2004) Teacher use of the interactive whiteboard in primary schools: towards an effective transition framework Technology, Pedagogy and Education 13(3), 327 - 348.

·  Beauchamp, G. (2005) New Technologies and ‘New Teaching’: a process of evolution? Paper presented at BERA (British Educational Research Association) conference, University of Glamorgan, September 2005

·  BECTA (2000). It's White in Front of You!,

·  BECTA (2003). What the Research Says about Interactive Whiteboards,

·  BECTA (2004) Getting the most from your interactive whiteboard: a guide. Published on the Becta web site 9th July 2004. Accessed September 6th 2006

·  Beeland Jnr, W. D. (2002). Student Engagement, Visual Learning and Technology: Can Interactive Whiteboards Help? Annual Conference of the Association of Information Technology for Teaching Education, Trinity College, Dublin.

·  Bell, M. A. (2000). Impact of the electronic interactive whiteboard on students attitudes and achievement in eighth-grade writing instruction. Unpublished PhD dissertation, Baylor University.

·  Bell, M. A. (2001). Update to Survey of Use of Interactive Electronic Whiteboard in Instruction,  

·  Bell, M. A. (2002). Why Use an Interactive Whiteboard? A Baker's Dozen Reasons!,

·  Bell, Mary Ann. "Teachers' Perceptions Regarding the Use of the Interactive Electronic Whiteboard in Instruction." Baylor University. 1998. (Accessed March 23, 2004)

·  Bergstrom, L.; Roberts, J.; Skillman, L.; Deidel, J. (1992) '"You'll Feel Me Touching You Sweetie": Vaginal Examinations During the Second Stage of Labour', Birth, no. 19, pp. 10 - 18.

·  Berque, D (2004) Fostering Classroom Engagement with Electronic Whiteboards, Tablet PCs, and DyKnow. Paper presented at EduCause 2004

·  BESA (2006) Information and Communication Technology in UK State Schools London: BESA.

·  Billard, D. (2002). Interactive Skeletons Promote Writing. Literacy Today (30).

·  Birch, J. (2003) Using an Electronic Whiteboard,

·  Blane, D. (2003). Access Across the Board. Times Educational Supplement. London.

·  Blanton, Bonnie Little and Rebecca Helms-Breazeale. "Gains in Self-Efficacy: Using SMART Board Interactive Whiteboard Technology in Special Education Classrooms." Augusta State University. 2000. (Accessed March 23, 2004)

·  Boyle, J. (2002). Virtual Magic. Times Educational Supplement. London. Buckingham LEA. Developing the Use of Interactive Whiteboards,  (June, 2003).

·  Bruner, J. (1985). Vygotski: A historical and conceptual perspective. In J. Wertsch (Ed.), Culture, communication and cognition: Vygotskian perspectives. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press

·  Burden, K (2002). Learning from the bottom up – the contribution of school based practice and research in the effective use of interactive whiteboards for the FE/HE sector. Discussion paper presented at LSDA, Making an Impact Regionally Conference. The Earth Centre,  Doncaster, 21 June 2002.

·  Burns, C., & Myhill, D. (2004). Interactive or inactive? A consideration of the nature of interaction in whole class teaching. Cambridge Journal of Education, 34, 35–49.

·  Bush, Nigel, J. Priest, R. Coe, et al. "An Exploration of the Use of ICT at the Millennium Primary School, Greenwich." Becta. 2004. (Accessed March 23, 2004)

·  Caine, R.N. and Caine, G. (1997) ‘Maximising learning’, Educational Leadership 54 (6): 11-15

·  Canterbury Christ Church University College (Faculty Leanring Technology Team) (2003). Briefing Paper on the Application of Interactive Whiteboards to Learning and Teaching Canterbury Christ Church University College, Learning and Teaching Enhancement Unit.

·  Carson, L. (2003). Board Work, Not Boring. Times Educational Supplement. London.

·  Carter, Alison. “Using Interactive Whiteboards with Deaf Children.” Becta. 2002. (Accessed March 23, 2004)

·  Chapelle, C. (2003). English language learning and technology: lectures on applied linguistics in the age of information and communication technology. Amsterdam: John Benjamins.

·  Clark, H., (1996) Using Language Cambridge, Cambridge University Press

·  Clarke, D. (1989). Materials adaptation: why leave it all to the teacher? ELT Journal, 43(2), 133-141

·  Clemens, Anne, T. Moore, and B. Nelson. "Math Intervention 'SMART' Project (Student Mathematical Analysis and Reasoning with Technology)." Mueller Elementary School. 2001. (Accessed March 23, 2004)

·  Cobb, P. and Yackel, E (1996) ‘Constructivist, emergent and socio-cultural perspectives in the context of developmental research’ Educational Psychologist 31 (3/4), 175-190

·  Cogill, J. (2002) How is the Interactive Whiteboard Being Used in the Primary School and How Does This Affect Teachers and Teaching (Virtual Learning, 2002)

·  Cogill, J. (2003) The use of interactive whiteboards in the primary school: effects on pedagogy Research Bursary Reports Coventry, Becta

·  Cogill, J. The Use of Interactive Whiteboards in the Primary Classroom: what is effective practice and how does this relate to effective practice in teaching with ICT? Becta Research Conference 2003: Proving Effective Practice with ICT, TUC Congress Centre, London. Available at (September 2003)

·  Cohen, J. (1988). Statistical power analysis for the behavioral sciences (2nd ed.). Hillsdale, NJ: Lawrence Earlbaum Associates

·  Condie, R. & Munro, R (2007)The impact of ICT in schools – a landscape review (Coventry, Becta)

·  Coombs, Ian; The use of the interactive whiteboard in the Secondary Classroom, Best Practice Research Scholarship (Dec 2002)

·  Cooper, Bridget. "The Significance of Affective Issues in Successful Learning with ICT for Year One and Two Pupils and their Teachers: The Final Outcomes of the ICT and the Whole Child Project." NIMIS and Whole Child Project, Leeds University. 2003. (Publication forthcoming)

·  Cooper, Susan and Sue Clark. "Showing, Telling, Sharing: Florida School for the Deaf and Blind." EDCompass online community for educators using SMART products. 2003. (Accessed March 23, 2004)

·  Cox, Margaret, M. Webb, C. Abbott, B. Blakeley, T. Beauchamp, and V. Rhodes. "ICT and Pedagogy: A review of the Research Literature." Department for Education and Skills and Becta. 2003. (Accessed March 23, 2004)

·  Crook, C. (1994) Computers and the Collaborative Experience of Learning. London: Routledge.

·  Cunningham, Mark, K. Kerr, R. McEune, P. Smith, and S. Harris. “Laptops for Teachers: An Evaluation of the First Year of the Initiative.” National Foundation for Educational Research and Becta. 2003. (Accessed March 23, 2004)

·  Cuthell, J. P. (2005) The Impact of Interactive Whiteboards on Teaching, Learning and Attainment. Proceedings of SITE 2005 (pp. 1353 – 1355) AACE Phoenix, Arizona

·  Cuthell, J. P. (2006) Tools for Transformation: The Impact of Interactive Whiteboards in a range of contexts. Proceedings of SITE 2006. AACE Phoenix, Arizona

·  Cuthell, J. P. (2007) Ambassadors for ACTIVlearning . Proceedings of SITE 2007 (pp. 1443 – 11449) AACE Phoenix, Arizona

·  Cutrim Schmid, Euline (2004). “An Investigation into the Use of Interactive Whiteboard Technology in an English for Academic Purposes/Study Skills Programme.” BALEAP (British Association of Lecturers of English for Academic Purposes) Professional Issues Meeting, Blended Learning: Pedagogy and Practice, Oxford Brookes University, Oxford (UK), 28 February 2004.

·  Cutrim Schmid, Euline (2004). ”Promoting Learner Autonomy through the Use of Interactive Whiteboard Technology.“ In proceedings of TAAAL First International Conference. ICTs and Autonomy Applied to Language Learning, Castello de La Plana (Spain), 24-26 May 2004.

·  Cutrim Schmid, Euline (2006). “Investigating the Use of Interactive Whiteboard Technology in the Language Classroom through the Lens of a Critical Theory of Technology.” Computer Assisted Language Learning, Vol. 19, No. 1, pp. 47 – 62.

·  Cutrim Schmid, Euline (2006). “Pedagogical gains and challenges faced by teachers and students while exploring multimedia in the technology enhanced language classroom.”  Accepted for presentation at the EUROCALL conference: Integrating CALL into Study Programmes. To be held at the University of Granada (Spain) on 4-7 September 2006. In Journals

·  Cutrim Schmid, Euline (2006). “Promoting Higher Levels of Learner Active Participation in the Language Classroom with Interactive Whiteboard Technology.” Presented at the IATEFL Learning Technologies SIG. Learning Technologies in the Language Classroom: A step closer to the future. University of Cyprus (Nicosia), 26-28 May 2006.

·  Cutrim Schmid, Euline (2006). ”Enhancing Performance Knowledge and Self-Esteem in Classroom Language Learning:  the Potential of the ACTIVote System Component of Interactive Whiteboard Technology.” Submitted to System, 2006.

·  Cutrim Schmid, Euline (2006). ”Using a Voting System in Conjunction with Interactive Whiteboard Technology to Enhance Learning in the English Language Classroom.” Computers and Education, in Press.

·  Cutts, Q., & Kennedy, G. (2005). Connecting learning environments using electronic voting systems. In Proceedings of the 7th Australasian Conference on Computing Education (Vol. 42, pp. 181–186). Australia: Newcastle.

·  Cutts, Q., and Kennedy, G. (2005). Connecting learning environments using electronic voting systems. In Proceedings of the 7th Australasian Conference on Computing Education (Vol. 42, pp. 181-186). Australia: Newcastle

·  Cutts, Q., Kennedy, G., Mitchell, C., and Draper, S. (2004). Maximising dialogue in lectures using group response systems. In Proceedings of the 7th IASTED international conference on computers and advanced technology in education, Hawaii, USA.

·  Damcott, D., Landato, J., Marsh, C., Rainey, W. (2000). Report on the Use of the SMART Board Interactive Whiteboard in Physical Science, .

·  Davis, M.R. (2007) Whiteboards Inc. Interactive Features Fuel Demand for Modern Chalkboards.

·  Davison, I. & Pratt, D. (2003) An Investigation into the Visual and Kinaesthetic Affordances of Interactive Whiteboards. Research Bursary Reports. Becta Coventry

·  Debski, R. (2003). Analysis of research in CALL (1980-2000) with a reflection on CALL as an academic discipline. ReCALL, 15(2), 177-188.

·  Delivering E-Learning Using Interactive Whiteboards (E-Learning Centre, United Kingdom, 2004)

·  DfEE (1998) Initial Teacher Training National Curriculum for the use of Information and Communication Technology in Subject Teaching. Circular 4/98, Annex B. Department for Education and Employment.

·  DfEE (1998) The National Literacy Strategy. A framework for teaching. London, DfEE.

·  DfEE (1999) The National Numeracy Strategy: framework for teaching mathematics, Cambridge: CUP.

·  DfEE (2001). Key Stage 3 National Strategy: framework for teaching mathematics: London: DfEE

·  DfES (2003) ICT and Attainment: A review of the literature. London, DfES.

·  DfES (2003) Survey of Information and Communications Technology in Schools.

·  DfES (2004). Information and communications technology in schools in England 2004 - first release. Accessed 23rd August 2005 from: http//

·  Drage, C. (2002) Interactive All the Way. Times Educational Supplement, London.

·  Draper, S. w., and Brown, M. I. (2004). Increasing interactivity in lectures using an electronic voting system. Journal of Computer Assisted Learning, 20, 81-94

·  Edwards, D., and Mercer, N. (1987). Common Knowledge: The development of unerstanding in the classroom. London: Methuen.

·  Edwards, Julie-Ann, M. Hartnell and R. Martin. "Interactive Whiteboards: Some Lessons for the Classroom." Micromath (Summer 2002): 30-33.

·  Effective teacher professional development to stimulate quality teaching with ICT: a case study of one school and interactive whiteboards Vincent, John Terence; Jones, Anthony  Onderkant formulier

·  Ekhaml, L. (2002) The Power of Interactive Whiteboards. School Library Media Activities Monthly, XVIII(8), 35-37.

·  Elvers, G. C. (2000). The Digital Whiteboard as a Notes-Taking Aid, .

·  English, E., Hargreaves, L., and Hislam, J. (2002). Pedagogical dilemmas in the National Literacy Strategy: primary teachers' perceptions, reflections and classroom behaviour.  Cambridge Journal of Education, 32(1), 9-26

·  Enhanced secondary mathematics teaching: gesture and the interactive whiteboard Miller, David; Glover, Derek

·  Erickson, F. (1986). Qualitative methods in research on teaching. In M. C. Wittrock (Ed.), Handbook of research on teaching. New York: Collier-Macmillan.

·  Esarte-Sarries, V. & Paterson, F. (2003) Scratching the Surface A typology of Interactive Teaching. In: Moyles, J.; Hargreaves, L.; Merry, R.; Paterson, F. & Esarte-Sarries, V. Interactive Teaching in the Primary School digger deeper into meanings. Open University Press, Maidenhead.

·  Feenberg, A. (1991). Critical theory of technology. New York: Oxford University Press.

·  Fielding, M. (1999). 'Radical Collegiality: Affirming Teaching as an Inclusive Professional Practice', Australian Educational Researcher, 26, 2, August 1999

·  Frey, J.H.a.O., S.M., How to Conduct Interviews by Telephone and in Person. First edition ed. 1995. Thousand Oaks, Sage Publications.

·  Gage, J. (2002) So What is an Electronic Whiteboard? Micromaths, 18(2), 5-7.

·  Galton, M. And Williamson, J. (1992) Group work in the Primary classroom London: Routledge and Kegan Paul.

·  Gardner, H., (1999) ‘Multiplicity of Intelligences’, Scientific American, 9 (4): 19-23

·  Garret, N. (1998). Where do research and practice meet? Developing a discipline. ReCall, 10(1), 7-12.

·  Gerard, F et al (1999). Using SMART board in foreign language classrooms. Paper presented at SITE 99: Society for Information Technology and Teacher Education International Conference, San Antonio, Texas, 28 February–4 March 1999.

·  Gerard, Fabienne and Jamey Widener. "A SMARTer Way to Teach Foreign Language: The SMART Board Interactive Whiteboard as a Language Learning Tool.” Cary Academy, North Carolina. First presented at SITE 99 Conference. 1999. (Accessed March 23, 2004)

·  Gillen, J., Kleine Staarman, J., Littleton, K., Mercer, N. & Twiner, A. (in press) A “learning revolution”? Investigating pedagogic practice around interactive whiteboards in British primary classrooms

·  Glover, D and Miller, D (2001). Running with technology: the pedagogic impact of the large-scale introduction of interactive whiteboards in one secondary school. Journal of Information Technology for Teacher Education, 10 (3), pp257-276

·  Glover, D. and Miller, D. (2001a) A report to Blackburn and Colne EAZ on New Technologies Keele, Department of Education

·  Glover, D. and Miller, D. (2002) ‘The interactive whiteboard as a force for pedagogic change: the experience of five elementary schools in an English education authority’ Information Technology in Childhood Education Vol. 2002 Issue 1: AACE Digital Library

·  Glover, D. and Miller, D.J. (2002) The Introduction of Interactive Whiteboards into Schools in the United Kingdom: Leaders, Led, and the Management of Pedagogic and Technological Change in International electronic journal for leadership in learning, 6, (No 24), (University of Calgary Press), ISSN 1206-9620

·  Glover, D. and Miller, D.J. (2003) Players in the Management of Change: introducing interactive whiteboards into schools, Management in Education, Vol. 17 (No. 1) pp. 20-23 ISSN 0892 0206

·  Glover, D., Miller, D., Averis, D. and Door, V. (2005) ‘Leadership implications of using interactive whiteboards: linking technology and pedagogy in the management of change’ Management in Education 18 (5) 27-30

·  Glover, D., Miller, D.J & Averis D. (2004) Panacea or prop: the role of the interactive whiteboard in improving teaching effectiveness, the Tenth International Congress of Mathematics Education, Copenhagen

·  Glover, D.; Miller, D.; Averis, D.; Door, V. (2005) The Interactive Whiteboard: a literature survey. Technology, Pedagogy and Education Volume 14 Number 2, Pp. 106-113. MirandaNet Promethean Ambassadors Available at: Accessed 24.01.06

·  Glover, Derek; Miller, David; Averis, Doug; Door, Victoria. Technology, Pedagogy and Education, Volume 14, Number 2, July 2005 , pp. 155-170(16)

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·  Goldman, S.R. (2003) Learning in complex domains: when and why do multiple representations help? Learning and Instruction, 13, 239-244.

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·  Goodison, T. (2002a) ICT and attainment at primary level. British Journal of Educational Technology, 33(2), 201-211.

·  Goodison, T. (2002b) Enhancing learning with ICT at primary level. British Journal of Educational Technology, 33(2), 215-228.

·  Goodison, T. (2003). Integrating ICT in the classroom: a case study of two contrasting lessons. British Journal of Educational Technology, 34(5), 549–566.

·  Goodison, TAM (2002). Learning with ICT at primary level: pupils’ perceptions. Journal of Computer Assisted Learning 18, pp282-295

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·  Greiffenhagen, C. (2000) A Report into Whiteboard Technologies’ Unpublished memorandum. Oxford University Computing Laboratory

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·  Haldane, M. (2005) “Analysing the art of teaching through real-time lesson observation via the medium of the interactive whiteboard”.  Paper for presentation at BERA Conference, 17th Sept.2005 Glamorgan.

·  Haldane, M. (in press) Interactivity and the Digital Whiteboard: Weaving the fabric of learning

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·  Hayton, E (2005), Evaluating the contribution which a digital camera and interactive whiteboard can make to improve speaking and listening in the nursery. ICT Test Bed Project Case Study No. P26 Willington Primary School

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·  Higgins, S, Beauchamp, G and Miller, D (2007). Reviewing the literature on interactive whiteboards. Learning, Media and Technology, Vol 32 No 3 pp 213-35

·  Higgins, S., Clark. J., Falzon. C., Hall, I., Hardman, F., Miller, J., Moseley, D., Smith, F. and Wall, K. (2003) Embedding ICT in the Literacy and Numeracy Strategies: Evaluation Status Report March 2003 Newcastle Upon Tyne: Newcastle University.

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·  Hughes, M. and Longman, D. (2005). Interactive digital display boards and class teaching: interactive or just another epidiascope? British Educational Research Association Conference, University of Glamorgan, 15th-17th September 2005

·  Hughes, Malcolm  - University of the West of England, Bristol. UK. Paper presented at the British Educational Research Association Annual Conference, University of Warwick, 6-9 September 2006

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·  Jewitt, C, Moss, G. and Cardini, A. (in press) Pace, Interactivity and Multimodality in Teacher Design of Texts for Interactive White Boards in the Secondary School Classroom

·  John, M. (2002). Can One Size Fit all? Times Educational Supplement, London.

·  John, P., Sutherland, R. (2005) Affordance, opportunity and the pedagogical implications of ICT Educational Review 57 (4) , 405-414

·  Johnson, C. (2002). The Writing's on the Board. EC&T(September 2002), 58-59.

·  Johnson, Natalie. "Large Screen Computers vs. Electronic Whiteboards When Teaching Online Card Catalog Skills: Is One Technology Better Than the Other?" Wichita State University. 2004. © 2004 SMART Technologies Inc. 11

·  Jones, S, and Tanner, H. (2002) Teachers interpretations of effective whole-class interactive teaching in secondary mathematics classrooms. Educational Studies 28 (3), 265-274

·  Kemeny, H. (2004) Review of some literature and classroom research into IWB use in primary schools. Unpublished paper produced for the .IWB pedagogy and pupil performance project.

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·  Kennewell, S, Tanner, HF, Jones, S, Parkinson, J, Norman, MA and Meiring, L (2005). Characterising interactivity in the teaching of different subjects using ICT in secondary schools. Paper presented in symposium on Interactive Teaching and Interactive Technologies, BERA 2005, University of Glamorgan, Pontypridd, 15-17 September

·  Kennewell, S. (2001)  Interactive whiteboards – yet another solution looking for a problem to solve? Information Technology in Teacher Education, 39, 3-6.

·  Kennewell, S. (2004) Researching the influence of interactive presentation tools on teacher pedagogy. Paper presented at BERA 2004

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·  Kennewell, S. (2006) Reflections on the interactive whiteboard phenomenon: a synthesis of research from the UK.

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