Find out how other teachers have successfully managed technology in their classrooms.

- I only have one computer, how do I implement technology in my classroom?
- The fact that you only have one computer in your classroom does not mean you cannot successfully integrate technology in your lessons. If you only have a teacher computer, you will probably want to start using it in your instruction by connecting it to a projector or TV and using it to show PowerPoint presentations,...
- How do I promote collaborative learning using the computers in my classroom?
- Just assigning your students into groups will not result in a collaborative learning experience. One key is to assign specific roles to each student when groups are created. This approach keeps one student from taking over computer time while the other members of the group sit back and watch passively. You can also assign a...
- How do I encourage my students to stay on task while using the computer?
- Students can be easily distracted during computer time. They may be tempted to get off-task if an alternative is more engaging than the prescribed activity. There are some things you can do to maximize their on-task time: Have clear rules in place for technology use. The rules should state what consequences students...
- How do I ensure that my students take good care of the computers we have in our classroom?
- One way to improve the way your students treat the computers is by encouraging ownership of the equipment. You can do this by assigning computers to individual students at the beginning of the year (or quarter if you are teaching an elective). The students can then be held accountable for any damage that...
- How do I minimize disruptions due to technical problems?
- One way to minimize problems is to standardize your software configurations as much as possible. You should try to have the same versions of the software installed on all of the computers. This way you will not be repeatedly stopped by students in the middle of your lesson because the screen looks different...