The purpose of this study was to investigate the instructional process and teacherbehaviors during technology-enhanced anchored instruction, by using an ethnographicstudy method. Participant observation, formal interview, informal interview, and artifactcollections were used to investigate the influence of teacher behaviors on classroom management, guides for students' cooperative learning, and interaction between teachers andstudents. The findings were analyzed and synthesized in terms of three aforementionedaspects. Conclusions and implications wen, also discussed. This study is importantbecause it provides teachers with several guidelines for implementing technologyenhanced anchored instruction in a classroom.