re: iPads In The Classroom: Worth Doing Right
Good classroom managers won't have that problem. If a teacher has control over their classroom, they have nothing to worry about.
I began teaching in a 1:1 PC environment in 1996. There were no filters on the network. Over the past 18 years, the only teachers who needed help controlling where their students were going on the internet, were time and time again, the poor classroom managers. The pattern is the same every year. Poor classroom managers are illuminated in any one to one setting. These are same teachers who complain and demand help controlling devices in the classroom. A few short years ago the porn magazine was in the backpack. Students knew which teachers wouldn't notice if the magazine came out, and more importantly, which teachers would notice.
It's all in environment set by the teacher.