This is an offshoot from a discussion started here
about what people use their interactive whiteboards for.
A disclaimer: I am presenting about IWB's in a couple of weeks and am trolling for material :)
What really interests me is that there is a perception that IWBs cater more for primary (elementary) students in terms of interactivity. There seems to be a multitude of online resources that lend themselves to teaching primary students and the board software, e.g. ActiveStudio for Promethean boards, does not come prepared for the rigours of say, high-school level mathematical equations, yet has a billion cute clipart images preinstalled.
The boards aren't inherently interactive, voting systems excluded, despite the hype. So what do you do in your secondary classroom to make the interaction?