A simple way to make your classroom fair is to limit the amount of competition. Instead of making kids feel like they have to work against each other, encourage them to work with their peers to solve an issue. This lesson will be useful when applied for years to come, and even adulthood.
There is uneven playing level when you allow personal electronics into the classroom. Not all children have the same luxuries as other kids, which may lead to kids feeling lesser than or can unfortunately provoke an influx of teasing. Setting boundaries and making room for note-taking and written assignments, along with incorporating basic classroom necessities for all children such as pencil sharpeners, are ways to create leveled opportunities for all students. Remind kids the value of physical classroom supplies like a journal and dictionary, rather than Google.