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(p. 238) Technology-Based Classroom Management 

(p. 238) Technology-Based Classroom Management
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(p. 238) Technology-Based Classroom Management
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Shelley Kathleen Krach

, and Lori R. Kern

DOI:
10.1093/med-psych/9780190068714.003.0020
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date: 05 May 2021

Many recent studies incorporate technology into classroom management strategies. Technology-based interventions can be used to increase the engagement of students in schools because they can be personalized to each student and meaningfully incorporated into the existing classroom ecology. This chapter describes how to effectively implement technology-based classroom management strategies. There is a particular focus on intervention selection and implementation. An evaluation of ClassDojo is included as an evaluative case study. Also, considerations of diversity and equity within classroom management interventions incorporating technology are included.

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