The effects of Promethean boards on student achievement
The purpose of the study is to evaluate the use of Promethean interactive boards when teaching math in a third grade classroom and its impact on students' knowledge of and self-confidence toward math. 1. Does the students' working knowledge of math increase when they are regularly involved in using the Pro-board for problem-solving, cooperative learning, and differentiated instruction? 2. Does students' self-confidence and enjoyment of learning math increase with the use of Pro-boards and cooperative groups? CONCEPTUAL FRAMEWORK. The goal of this literature review is to show the following: · The connection between how students learn and the use of technology, particularly the use of interactive white boards (IWBs). · To report on the teaching and learning approaches that best support the learning of Native American students. · To report on the teaching and learning approaches that best support the learning of children of poverty. · To point out the views of state and federal government agencies regarding the use of technology in the classroom, especially for mathematics.