Using digital tracking apps to manage students’ behaviour

One of the hardest parts of a teacher’s job is managing their students: making sure their on top of their work and not misbehaving in the classroom. One tool teachers have at their disposal these days is the use of classroom apps like ClassDojo, which allow teachers to digitally surveil their students.

But just how do these apps work, and do they effectively encourage learning. To discuss how the classroom communication apps work , The Daily’s Victor Petrovic is joined by Jamie Manolev, Research Assistant at the University of South Australia. 

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