Posted on September 26, 2022 in response to Jim_H In response to Jim_H
Technology is also a Classroom expectation. I encourage teachers to list it as an expectation and it follows my discipline code. If being sign into Apple ID & having Bluetooth on is a building/classroom expectation then if a student breaks that rule, I treat it as a discipline issue. It's like having your textbook in class, or paying attention, not being disruptive. Set the tone and include it in your classroom expectations.
I often get some push back when encouraging teachers to use Apple Classroom. It's such a great tool, but the common excuse I hear is: "Yeah, but they can just turn off Bluetooth, and then I can't see them." How do you approach this conversation with teachers?