I’m using this post as a bit of a brain-dump to collate some research articles. I haven’t read any of them yet, but am linking them here to remind me to start going through them.
The ICT Impact Report: A Review of Studies of ICT Impact on Schools in Europe.
MILLER, D. J. (2006). The magic box – enhancing interactivity, Mathematics Teaching, 197, pp. 28-31. http://www.atm.org.uk/mt/archive/mt197files/ATM-MT197-28-31.pdf
MILLER, D.J., GLOVER, D., AVERIS, D., & DOOR, V. (2005). From technology to professional development: How can the use of an interactive whiteboard in initial teacher education change the nature of teaching and learning in secondary mathematics and modern languages? Training and Development agency, London. Report made to the Teacher Training Agency.
MILLER, D.J., GLOVER, D., & AVERIS D. (2005). Developing Pedagogic Skills for the Use of the Interactive Whiteboard in Mathematics, British Educational Research Association, Glamorgan
MILLER, D.J., GLOVER, D., & AVERIS D. (2005). Presentation and pedagogy: the effective use of interactive whiteboards in mathematics lessons. In Hewitt, D. & Noyes, A., Proceedings of the sixth British Congress of Mathematics Education, BSRLM proceedings, vol. 25 (1), pp. 105-112. London: British Society for Research into Learning Mathematics.
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
Interactive Whiteboards and Learning: A Review of Classroom Case Studies and Research Literature
(SMART Technologies Inc. , Apr 2004)
MILLER, D.J & GLOVER, D. (2001) Missioners, Tentatives and Luddites: leadership challenges for school and classroom posed by the introduction of interactive whiteboards into schools in the United Kingdom, part of the Symposium: New Technologies and Educational Leadership at the British Educational Management and Administration Society Conference, Newport Pagnell, UK.
Delivering E-Learning Using Interactive Whiteboards
(E-Learning Centre, United Kingdom, 2004)
What the Research Says About Interactive Whiteboards.
(British Educational Communications and Technology Agency (BECTA)ICT Research, Coventry, U.K., 2003)
How is the Interactive Whiteboard Being Used in the Primary School and How Does This Affect Teachers and Teaching
Cogill, Julie. (Virtual Learning, 2002)
Explains features of interactive whiteboards, illustrated with cases where they have helped students who are mildly learning disabled, autistic, or have low test scores.
School Planning and Management; v47 n1 , p88-90 ; Jan 2008
Whiteboards Inc. Interactive Features Fuel Demand for Modern Chalkboards.
Davis, Michelle R.
Digital Directions; Sep 12, 2007
The Case for Interactive White Boards in the Classroom
Scholar Search Associates; 2006
How Can You Use Research Evidence to Enhance your Mathematics Teaching?
Embedding ICT in the Literacy and Numeracy Stages.
Higgins et al. Newcastle University (2005)