This master thesis deals with the issues of using interactive whiteboards in foreign language teaching. The theoretical part of the thesis defines educational technology and ICT in addition to other integrated key concepts. We describe the role and impact of ICT in education, as well as the goals of its implementation into the classroom. We present results of domestic and foreign research concerning the extent and use of ICT including interactive whiteboard in our country and in selected European countries. We describe interactive whiteboards, present different possibilities of its use and define interactivity as a concept. We highlight the views of different experts concerning positive aspects of using interactive whiteboards in class, while also pointing out some of its weaknesses. The teacher has to be sufficiently qualified in order to be able to successfully use an interactive whiteboard in the classroom, which is why we present the model of an e-competent foreign language teacher. We describe a seminar about interactive and dynamic teaching with the use of an interactive whiteboard and lesson planning with new technologies. We also summaries the findings of domestic research about the use of interactive whiteboards among teachers of German in Slovenia. The empirical part of the thesis tries to establish, how teachers of German use interactive whiteboards in class. We were interested in their opinion about the required qualifications in order to be able to successfully use an interactive whiteboard, where they acquired these skills, how they use interactive whiteboards when planning lessons and for which purposes the interactive whiteboard is used. We aimed to establish, according to the opinion of teachers, when is it most beneficial to use an interactive whiteboard, which positive aspect can be attributed to using new technological teaching accessories in class and what are some problems we can run into.