A. When the teacher is giving directions, all iPads are turned over or are on the rack under the desk.
B. Most directions are given before students begin using the device.
C. The teacher walks around the room during the activity to monitor progress and engagement.
D. Consequences are posted for students who get off task.
Overall, although iPads can be distracting, I think our teachers are handling the situation in a manner that keeps problems to a minimum. For the most part, if you can control your classroom, you can control your classroom with iPads.