Quite aside from the fact that neither Dale nor I use an Interactive Whiteboard (IWB) with any regularity in any subjects, there is the whole issue about an IWB in math, in use in a Bansho. Bansho, Japanese board writing, tracks the progress of a lesson visually on the board. It provides a visual references and record for students and teacher to refer to as they work through a mathematical challenge. How can we do such a thing on a 7 inch IR?
I am hopeful that this LNS monograph about technology in the mathematics classroom, kindly forwarded to me by a colleague I chatted up about the project recently at a retirement, can shed some light on that. Stay tuned….