The educator creates a set of strategies and determines when and how to use each strategy to manage student attention.
Pedagogy – how educators orchestrate learning – is a contributing factor to learning. Not only do educators need to understand pedagogy around facilitating content, they also need technology pedagogical knowledge when utilizing technology to facilitate instruction. A carefully planned management protocol that addresses how to manage student attention in a technology-rich classroom can support instruction by making the routines and procedure flow seamlessly.
Furthermore, classroom management is an ongoing process, and one which must be revisited each time a new learning context is presented. Thus, the introduction of technology and digital media presents an opportunity to devise a classroom management plan which will set students up for success and allow for effective responses to new issues that may arise.
To earn the micro-credential, you must receive a passing evaluation for Parts 1 and 3, as well as a “Yes” for Part 2.
(500-word limit for written plan)
Please submit a written management plan that demonstrates evidence of technology pedagogical knowledge by describing at least three different strategies for managing student behavior in a technology-rich classroom.
Descriptors should address management techniques that are:
Plan can also include establishment of keywords to trigger behaviors, and plans for addressing off-task behavior. Photographs or video that demonstrate the management techniques established can also accompany description.
Please describe the effectiveness of the management plan you submitted as evidence and at least three positive outcomes of the plan, including:
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