Ключові слова:

multimedia board, IWB, interactive exercise, teachers` IT-competencies, teaching children with special needs, primary school teachers` methodical competence


This article is concerning foremost studying the experience of different educators in developed and rapidly developing countries using multimedia boards for visualization  science and mathematics, conducting teachers` and students` teaching discussions, develop of interactive exercises, increase the level of teachers` IT-competencies, problems of readiness to use ICT, and the formation level of professional teachers needs to use the whiteboard. The article focuses on  the main scientific theories description, scientific achievements and developments in using multimedia boards in the school. By the way, author dwells on preparing future teachers for teaching science in elementary and primary school, ability to update teaching children with special needs: visually challenged, deaf student, fine motor delay, autistic, mental and behavioral challenged, psychological aspects of using IWB in teaching children with different types of perceptual information: visual, audial, kinesthetic, discrete. In conclusion author gives applicant`s scientific prognostication contribution to studying forming of primary school teachers` methodical competence.


DOI: https://doi.org/10.28925/2414-0325.2017.3.17385


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Біографія автора

Svitlana Vasylenko, Borys Grinchenko Kyiv University

Vice-Head of IT in Education Laboratory


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Vasylenko, S. (2017). EXPERIENCE USING MULTIMEDIA BOARDS FOR VISUALIZATION, CONDUCTING PEDAGOGICAL DISCUSSIONS, DEVELOPING INTERACTIVE EXERCISES FOR PRIMARY SCHOOL. Електронне наукове фахове видання “ВІДКРИТЕ ОСВІТНЄ Е-СЕРЕДОВИЩЕ СУЧАСНОГО УНІВЕРСИТЕТУ”, (3), 173–185. вилучено із https://openedu.kubg.edu.ua/journal/index.php/openedu/article/view/81



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