You've got an interactive whiteboard (IWB), but what should you use it for?
One of the places you will find ideas is just by looking at what you and your collegues have their learners post on the classroom walls.
In the image, above, the learners had constructed a diagram using card, pieces of paper and glue, to illustrate the different meanings of get. They could in fact have done exactly the same thing on the IWB, saved it, come back to it, re-edited and added to it, manipulated it, exported it and so on.
You've got an IWB but don't use it…? Stop, at the end of your lesson, and ask yourself "Could I have done any of that, and done it better, with the IWB?"