The key to developing a technology-based classroom is to do it seamlessly and with a focus on creating an engaging, student-centered learning environment, advises Kristi Martin, a teacher at the University of Texas at Tyler Innovation Academy. Martin in this commentary also writes about the behavioral expectations that should be in place when adopting a technology-based classroom. She offers an example from her school in which students put their devices in the "polite position" when it is time to begin working.

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