Tag Archives: 1-to-1

Managing Laptop Use

As I mentioned in a previous post this fall, managing my newly 1-to-1 classroom has actually been quite a bit easier than I thought it would be.  A quick rundown of some reasons and suggestions: Ubiquity… In previous years, we had two carts of 25 laptops each shared between 3 grades (9 classes.) Occasionally, teachers […]

Segregation to Integration

The opposite of integration?  Segregation.  Thinking about what technology in the class SHOULDN’T be (namely, separate from everything else) really helped solidify what my idea of a truly integrated classroom is… one in which technology is seamlessly woven in as an essential tool, a classroom where students understand the power that technology holds and how […]

New Beginnings

It’s been an exciting start to the year in fifth grade at Seoul Foreign School. This is the pilot year for the 1-to-1 laptop program. There are things which I expected to be tough, and have found quite easy. Conversely, there are complications which have arisen and completely blindsided me. Fortunately, because I’m surrounded by […]