Classroom management is often a concern educators express when implementing technology. In reality, good classroom management techniques don't change simply because classroom tools have. Establishing routines, setting expectations, being consistent and walking around to monitor progress are still good techniques. As educators, we still want students to be engaged in learning rather than sleeping, passing notes, daydreaming or other off-task behaviors.
Managing classrooms with one-to-one devices:
Using classroom devices in education is becoming the norm. Often there are questions related to classroom management. Keeping students engaged and using their devices appropriately are often primary concerns.
Here are some great articles about managing classroom devices:
Implementing technology often means educators have to remind students to think critically, behave safely, and participate responsibly in our digital world.