Get the most out of the Teacher Learning Community. Sign in now. Not a member? Click here to get started for free!

Manage Your Classroom and Your Students with 21st Century Web Tools

Preview Preview Preview Preview Preview
Buy Now


Technology can be an awesome tool to enhance instruction in today's classroom, but have you considered how you might use it as a classroom management tool? Join Matt Bergman as he shows how educators can implement a variety of Web tools and apps to run an efficient classroom. Learn how to manage and communicate positive and negative student behaviors; discover how to manage tasks and electronically check them off your electronic "to-do" list, and find out how to keep track of time and stay on task. If you are looking for quick and easy tools to run a smoother classroom, then this is the webinar for you!


Status: Available On-Demand
Subject: Cross-curricular
Last aired on: Wednesday, January 12, 2022 @ 5:00 PM EST
Duration: 30 minutes
Credit Hours: 0.5
Categories: Classroom Management, Organizational & Time-saving Tools
Tags: 589, Class Dojo, classroom management, organizational tools, student behavior, TimeMe, Wunderlist

Reviews (122)

Full Member
Thank you Matt for this presentation.
I like the following apps
-Stay focused
-Lock app
-Plan Board app

Thank you
I. Fahimi.
Full Member
Very good presentation- JLoughry
Full Member
Thank you-very interesting!
Tons of great tools!
I have used Remind, Flipgrid and Google Forms before, I will check out Class Dojo, but it looks rather elementary. Good info...thanks.
Full Member
Many really helpful apps! Looking forward to trying them!
Full Member
Thank you Matt! This was a great webinar you presented. I found many useful and beneficial tools that I will try out with my elementary and middle school students.
Full Member
Many useful apps listed. I will try out a few of them. I like the decimal level one called Noise.
The Bouncy Balls app might create more noise just to see how many balls could bounce! Definitely need to set expectations right away! I have seen teachers use Class Dojo. This one can cause trouble with some students. I have seen Remind in use and our school uses lots of Google items. Google Forms was wonderful for reporting as well as surveys. Flipboard sounds like it would work out for a classroom to share news and events. I thought it was great to remember to find out what Social Media the parents use, older or younger knowledge base.
I will try some of these apps.
So excited about trying some of the apps.
more reviews ...