Use of interactive whiteboards (IWBs)
In developing and developed countries around the world, it has become more and more common in classrooms.
Most of the early studies focused on the novelty of the technology.
However, there is little research into the unique potential of IWBs.
This paper reports a recent study on IWBs interaction and uses an "interactive framework "(Sweeney, 2008)
Research how interactive teaching and learning are carried out when using IWBs in class.
Based on literature, interactivity is interactive by technology (TI)
Teaching Interaction (PI).
The key research question is what form of interaction exists in the classroom-the combination of TI and PI.
The results show that most of the teaching belongs to low level interaction, and there is no learning set to reach the first two levels of the interactive framework.