This new strategy will change technology forever--giant, touch-sensitive computer screen. It is interactive and computer-driven, which can allow students and teachers to share assignments and surf the web by using their fingers as pens. By using the interactive computer screen, students can demonstrate how they came up with solutions to various math problems, which are eventually saved onto the teacher's computer. It is a way to illustrate a wide range of learning materials including video clips without using a TV plus VHS/DVD. I believe that this new form of technology would make teaching engaging with kids that have technology surround them everywhere they go.
Cohn, D. (June 9, 2005). Boards get brains, chalk vanishes. Wired News [Online]. Retrieved on August 6, 2006 from http://www.wired.com/news/technology/1,67710-0.html