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Seamless Classroom Management with EdTech

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This session has been withdrawn from contention in EVO 2019


Classroom management, as defined by Scrivener (2010 & 2014), is the collection of techniques and skills a teacher should possess to retain successful academic achievement among students through maximizing their focus, attention, organization, commitment, academic integrity, and other positive skills which promote effective learning experience. Yet, he or she ought to minimize any factor that may impede the learning process, such as distraction, distributive behavior, etc.


However, teachers can make use of relevant educational technology to support their rapport and maintain active classroom management - the theme of this course.



At the end of this course, participants will be able to:

  1. Apply relevant EdTech to promote academic integrity and self-discipline before the class starts to avoid undesirable behavior during class time;

  2. Assist their in-class management practices with tech tools where all students can be observed achieving the 4Cs: create, communicate, critically think and collaborate efficiently;

  3. Support teachers seamlessly in managing after-class tasks as they can supervise their performance and guide them beyond the four walls;

  4. Promote the 21st-century skills;

  5. Create an effective blended learning environment.


Participants will not only be exposed to relevant tech tools but also hands-on practice is to provide.


Target Audience

All teachers of English, EFL instructors, and also interested academicians and researchers are welcome.


Interest Section

Teaching English as a Foreign Language


Weekly Content


Week 1

In the first week, participants will introduce themselves conveying their research areas and primary interests and discuss their expectations from this comprehensive session. Further, we will talk about problems of class management they possibly encounter today and what methods they use to solve them. Objectives, behaviors and assessment criteria shall be introduced as well.


Week 2

This week focuses on possible tweaks teachers can adopt before class (in an online or F2F environment) to sitting the scene before regular class times. Participants will be introduced to techniques like pushing the ‘code of conduct’ and declaring their course objects and expected student behavior in a welcoming message to broadcast online. Students are expected to adhere to the terms said. A second technique to apply is to invite each student to introduce himself/herself and talk a little about his/her ambitions. Third, using Edpuzzle.com to create and administer students’ progress remotely if the flipped classroom method is adopted by the teacher will be discussed during this session.


Week 3

Participants then will be introduced to what seamless technology they are advised to utilize during teaching hours to ensure a better management over their class. Suggested techniques include 1. enabling Q&A feature in Google Slides so that students can enter their inquiries without interrupting their teacher’s explanation, 2. Doing collaborative tasks using Google Docs for writing and Google forms for speaking and writing, 3. Getting engaged in group language games available at Kahoot.com and Flippity.net, Dealing with disruptive behaviors using personalized messages and badges.


Week 4

The 3rd week deals with educational tools to use after class time; it is when learners need support to fulfill assigned tasks and homework based on their differentiated learning. In other words, participants will be introduced to 1. Google Classroom differentiated assignment feature, 2. Creating an auto-graded quiz in Google Forms with differentiated feedback, and 3. Create personalized instructions in written and audio formats using Kaizena web app.


Week 5

This week will be devoted for assessment, wrapping-up, and course evaluation. Participants are asked to create and submit one of the discussed EdTech to pass. Then there will be an evaluation part where participants state to what extent the course meets their expectations. The closing session will be synchronous on YouTube Live (Unlisted).


Session Communication & Other Tech Tools

Google for Education (Google Classroom, Sites, Plus, YouTube, Hangouts, etc.), Nearpod, Kaizena (app) & Kahoot (app).





Name (last, first)

Email address


Biodata (not more than 50 words)  


 Waleed Mandour
Steering Committee Member of NileTesol Learning Technologies Special Interest Group (LTSIG) and a Google for Education Trainer, a Certified Virtual Teacher and a Senior teacher of English. Taught adults and young adults in different with more than 17 years of experience in the educational field.
Hanaa Khamis


Egypt Head of NileTesol LTSIG & a senior teacher trainer


Statement of Commitment

All participant moderators do agree on fulfilling training and holding session in the time frame indicated.



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