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Eastern Michigan University [email protected] Senior Honors Theses Honors College 2008 The Effectiveness of Electronic Whiteboards and PowerPoint Lessons in the Mathematics Classroom John K. Feldkamp Follow this and additional works at: Part of the Science and Mathematics Education Commons This Open Access Senior Honors Thesis is brought to you for free and open access by the Honors College at [email protected] It has been accepted for inclusion in Senior Honors Theses by an authorized administrator of [email protected] For more information, please contact lib- [email protected] . Recommended Citation Feldkamp, John K., "The Effectiveness of Electronic Whiteboards and PowerPoint Lessons in the Mathematics Classroom" (2008). Senior Honors Theses . 144.
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The Effectiveness of Electronic Whiteboards and PowerPoint Lessons in the Mathematics Classroom Abstract A popular method of teaching in today’s k-12 classroom is standardizing lessons on Microsoft office’s PowerPoint. Another tool which is starting to become more common in classrooms is electronic white boards, which are similar to smart boards. Attempting to discover the most effective way to teach in the math classroom, I investigated these techniques at a local school. Degree Type Open Access Senior Honors Thesis Department Mathematics First Advisor Dr. Joanne Caniglia Keywords Microsoft PowerPoint (Computer file), Mathematics Computer-assisted instruction, Mathematics Study and teaching (Secondary) Subject Categories Education | Science and Mathematics Education This open access senior honors thesis is available at [email protected]:
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The Effectiveness of Electronic Whiteboards and PowerPoint Lessons In the Mathematics Classroom By: John K. Feldkamp Sponsored by: Dr. Joanne Caniglia
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Abstract A popular method of teaching in today’s k-12 classroom is standardizing lessons on Microsoft office’s PowerPoint. Another tool which is starting to become more common in classrooms is electronic white boards, which are similar to smart boards. Attempting to discover the most effective way to teach in the math classroom, I investigated these techniques at a local school. 2
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