A few years ago, the government agency for ICT in Schools – Becta – produced a series of guides on the use of Interactive Whiteboards in secondary teaching.

Each document containsed a set of subject specific advice, guidance and examples to support more effective use of ICT in the teaching and learning of science. There is some great case studies in each one. I was pleased to have been able to have some input into the Science one – a colleague of mine wrote it and I provided some of the ideas.

With the new government taking over, it looks like Becta is about to get scrapped.

It might be worth downloading these guides now, in case they vanish….

Embedding ICT @ Secondary: Use of Interactive whiteboards in Science

Embedding ICT @ Secondary – Use of Interactive whiteboards in English

Embedding ICT @ Secondary – Use of Interactive whiteboards in Geography

Embedding ICT @ Secondary – Use of Interactive whiteboards in History

Embedding ICT @ Secondary: Use of Interactive whiteboards in Music

Embedding ICT @ Secondary – Use of Interactive whiteboards in ICT

Embedding ICT @ Secondary: Use of Interactive whiteboards in Physical Education

Embedding ICT @ Secondary: Use of Interactive whiteboards in Modern Foreign Languages

Embedding ICT @ Secondary: Use of Interactive whiteboards in Art & Design

Embedding ICT @ Secondary: Use of Interactive whiteboards in Mathematics

Embedding ICT @ Secondary – Use of Interactive whiteboards in Citizenship

Embedding ICT @ Secondary – Use of Interactive whiteboards in Religious Education

Embedding ICT @ Secondary – Use of Interactive whiteboards in Design & Technology

also check out:

Getting the most from your interactive whiteboard: A guide for secondary schools

Getting the most from your interactive whiteboard: A guide for primary schools