The digitisation of the educational sector started many years ago. The techniques used have continued to improve, and so has their user-friendliness. Even so, digiboards and smartboards have their limitations. Classes increasingly consist of ready-to-use programmes, in which case the teacher simply follows the steps prescribed by the publisher via the digiboard. This leads to increased passiveness among teachers and students.
Integrating the digiboard into a whiteboard or placing it in front of the whiteboard allows teachers to enhance their classes with words and drawings. This combination of digital and analogue boards turns teaching into a true craft once more. The teacher has more opportunities to deviate from the course material if the situation calls for doing so.