Interactive Boards and their Function in Education

Istvan Fuvesi


In our accelerating world even education has become market-oriented. Learners have to acquire greater and greater amount of knowledge while the number of contact lessons, especially in higher education, become less and less. That is why giving particular information belonging to a certain topic should be raised â?? one method for this would be visualisation. This means that lectures would be structured in a way that the usual verbal lessons are supplemented by diversed and spectacular visual information. If the informations were followed by pictures, such as diversed diagrams and shown in an interactive way, accompanied by sound effects, the efficacy of teaching would get intensified. The fact that education-supporting new means and circumstances of learning, calls for changes in the methodology of teaching and learning; the educators are required to apply new teaching strategies. Here we would like to present the means and use of Informational and Communicational Technology (in the following: ICT), applied in informatics major. Besides, we also intend to introduce a new framework which plays an important role in forwarding learning material to students. An international lecture course serves as basis for the complex introduction of this framework.


Bluetooth; electronic learning; ICT; Interactive board; iPanel; Movie Maker; project method; Table PC; team-work

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International Journal of Advanced Corporate Learning (iJAC) – ISSN: 1867-5565
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