While browsing through a number of EdTech articles, I stumbled across an interesting comment by Jeff Knutson of Common Sense Media. A trend he found after attending TCEA in early February is:-
"Less Emphasis on Interactive Whiteboards: As tech tools are increasingly in the hands of students, interactive whiteboards may soon fall by the wayside. Whole-class instruction will always have its place in the classroom, and the BYOD model may not work for every situation. However, it seems that expensive, oftentimes cumbersome interactive whiteboards aren't as popular now that so many new tools can offer a more personalized learning experience."
What do you think? Are we seeing the end of interactive whiteboards in the classroom?
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