By Clint Hamada
Questions from You
Questions for You
Instructional Design
Teacher Watchfulness
Student Relevance
Student Responsibility
What You Used to Do
What You Can Do Now
What You Can Do Now
What You Can Do Now
What You Used to Do
What You Can Do Now
What You Can Do Now
What You Can Do Now
What You Used to Do
What You Used to Do
What You Can Do Now
What You Can Do Now
Have a Plan
•Slide 2 http://www.flickr.com/photos/mott/3926331434/in/pool-858082@N25
•Slide 3 http://www.flickr.com/photos/mischiru/28...
Classroom Management for a 1:1 Environment
Classroom Management for a 1:1 Environment
Classroom Management for a 1:1 Environment
Classroom Management for a 1:1 Environment
Classroom Management for a 1:1 Environment
Classroom Management for a 1:1 Environment
Classroom Management for a 1:1 Environment
Classroom Management for a 1:1 Environment
Classroom Management for a 1:1 Environment
Classroom Management for a 1:1 Environment
Classroom Management for a 1:1 Environment
Classroom Management for a 1:1 Environment
Classroom Management for a 1:1 Environment
Classroom Management for a 1:1 Environment
Classroom Management for a 1:1 Environment
Classroom Management for a 1:1 Environment
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  • Who has ever caught a student playing tic tac toe? Or Hangman?Who has ever had a student passing notes in class?
  • It’s not a tech issue, it’s a classroom management or behavior issue.
  • Any questions you can add to this?
  • This is a different presentation all together. But we know that technology facilitates all of these things:
  • The concept is no different from the first classroom you ever taught in. It just needs to be implemented differently.
  • Topic:Are the students engaged in their learning? – Real life, real time learning. Instant research?Method: Are the tablets being used to their full potential, or are they just digital notebooks?
  • Teachers model expected behavior – how to use OneNote, when to have your computer open, etc. Students must be taught what is expected of them – You cannot expect them to know how to just do it. If they show you that they can’t do it, then you must teach them how to do it.Must learn appropriate behavior and to self-regulate themselves – We do them no favors by blocking/monitoring/etc. It may make our lives easier but it a) doesn’t teach them appropriate behavior and b) just gives them another challenge, another way to stay off task.
  • Proper and effective use of technology is a culture that needs to be taught, modeled, praised. It does not happen overnight.
  • Students have mostly used laptops/computers as toys, not tools. It will take time for them to adjust.
  • There will always be distractions, always ways to procrastinate. Anecdotal evidence seems to suggest that micromanaging is more stressful than helpful.
  • They might make our life easier, but they do not help us reach our ultimate goal: teaching students (in this case, proper behavior).
  • At the end of the day, it’s all about teaching and learning and that is what we do.
  • What would you do if you wanted to talk to a class of students who look like this?
  • 45 – 90 – 180 Simple. Tell you students which position you want the tablet in. Wait for all to comply. Make no exceptions.
  • 45 – 90 – 180 Simple. Tell you students which position you want the tablet in. Wait for all to comply. Make no exceptions.
  • 45 – 90 – 180 Simple. Tell you students which position you want the tablet in. Wait for all to comply. Make no exceptions.
  • Collect and check notebooks to make sure they were on task.
  • WatchfulnessGive a specific subject to be used – make it unique: #Hum09 20 NovEnable the automatic preview in Outlook so you don’t have to open each attachmentYou can also create a rule in Outlook so it moves all messages with that subject to a specific folder.
  • WatchfulnessGive a specific subject to be used – make it unique: #Hum09 20 NovEnable the automatic preview in Outlook so you don’t have to open each attachmentYou can also create a rule in Outlook so it moves all messages with that subject to a specific folder.
  • WatchfulnessGive a specific subject to be used – make it unique: #Hum09 20 NovEnable the automatic preview in Outlook so you don’t have to open each attachmentYou can also create a rule in Outlook so it moves all messages with that subject to a specific folder.
  • Why were classrooms set in rows?To prepare students to work in factories.
  • Why were classrooms set in rows?To prepare students to work in factories.
  • Seating arrangements can be flexible and dynamic to suit the needs of the teacher and of the students.
  • Use your projector to a) save time instead of rehashing previous lessons; b) remind students what they should be doing; c) model your expectations.
  • Classroom Management for a 1:1 Environment

    1. 1. By Clint Hamada
    2. 2. Questions from You
    3. 3. Questions for You
    4. 4. Instructional Design
    5. 5. Teacher Watchfulness
    6. 6. Student Relevance
    7. 7. Student Responsibility
    8. 8. What You Used to Do
    9. 9. What You Can Do Now
    10. 10. What You Can Do Now
    11. 11. What You Can Do Now
    12. 12. What You Used to Do
    13. 13. What You Can Do Now
    14. 14. What You Can Do Now
    15. 15. What You Can Do Now
    16. 16. What You Used to Do
    17. 17. What You Used to Do
    18. 18. What You Can Do Now
    19. 19. What You Can Do Now
    20. 20. Have a Plan
    21. 21. •Slide 2 http://www.flickr.com/photos/mott/3926331434/in/pool-858082@N25 •Slide 3 http://www.flickr.com/photos/mischiru/2860228008/ •Slide 4, 5 http://www.irvingisd.net/one2one/classroom_management.htm •Slide 7, 8, 9, 10, 11 http://www.irvingisd.net/one2one/classroom_management/Classroom%20Management%202004%20Intro.ppt •Slide 19 http://www.flickr.com/photos/83955435@N00/2297090650/ •Slide 23 http://www.flickr.com/photos/99876567@N00/188138098/ •Slide 27 http://www.flickr.com/photos/22326055@N06/4114256699/ •Slide 28 http://www.flickr.com/photos/32593095@N00/13042995/ •Slide 29 Photos courtesy of Ann Krembs, American School of Bombay •Slide 30 http://www.flickr.com/photos/89082145@N00/149319968/ •Slide 31 http://xkcd.com/627/ •Slide 32 http://www.flickr.com/photos/alykat/112888870/ •Slide 33 http://sliderulemuseum.com/Ephemera/Bill_Hewlett_d2001_and_David_Packard_d1996_c1939.jpg •Slide 35 http://www.flickr.com/photos/mott/3926331434/in/pool-858082@N25 •Slide 36 http://www.flickr.com/photos/51035555243@N01/2249064379/
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