At Renaissance we strongly believe in using the latest technology and tools to promote learning. As part of this effort, we have installed an Interactive White Board (IWB) in the elementary math & science classroom. An IWB works by projecting and enlarging the image from a computer desktop onto a touch-receptive board. A wireless electronic pen is used to make the touch receptive board interactive. With an IWB’s capability to project the desktop, teachers are able to project video content, using the internet resource as teaching aid and do many more activities. As the popular saying goes, “a picture is worth thousand words”, a Graphical and interactive presentation of complex learning concepts can often aid children who benefit from varying teaching and learning styles.