Giving Teachers Control Of Classroom Technology

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My school is neither 1:1 nor BYOD, but I still try to teach the students how to use their devices for learning, such as researching information for an essay on their phones, or looking up the etymology of a word so we can analyze the Latin and Greek origins. I am limited in the amount of time I can spend on these activities though because we do not have a way to monitor or control their usage. It would be amazing for schools like ours to be able to put mobile device management into the hands of classroom teachers like me.

Giving Teachers Control of MDM — THE Journal

Mobile Learning | Feature New software is helping migrate mobile device management from the IT department to the classroom. Mobile devices give students instant access to interactive online learning resources, but they also create classroom management challenges for teachers, who can struggle to keep students engaged in the task at hand.

About the author 

Michelle Boyd Waters, M.Ed.

I am a secondary English Language Arts teacher, a University of Oklahoma student working on my doctorate in Instructional Leadership and Academic Curriculum with an concentration in English Education and co-Editor of the Oklahoma English Journal. I am constantly seeking ways to amplify students' voices and choices.

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