Teachers have always made texts for use in the classroom. The wide spread introduction of Interactive whiteboard (IWB) technology into UK classrooms, and the screen more generally, makes the multimodal resources of color, image, dynamic movement, and sound newly available for pedagogic design in newly connectable ways. These facilities present teachers with new questions about how to design and use teaching materials, new possibilites and constraints. This presentation will examine teachers' design of digital multimodal resources for IWBs and the influence of prevalent policy discourses of interactivity, multimodality and fast pace influence on teacher’s digital materials for the IWB.
How to Cite:
Jewitt, C. (2008). Teachers’ Pedagogic Design of Digital Interactive Whiteboard Materials in the UK Secondary School. Designs for Learning, 1(1), 41–55.