Technology is thought to affect people’s behaviors and trigger feelings of anger and aggression, which in turn manifest into other problems. It is more important to develop strategies in order to avoid these behavioral problems than to concentrate on the anger and aggression demonstrated by individuals. This study aimed to develop strategies to help education administrators prevent the anger and aggression caused by the use of technology by students. In this qualitative study, a semi-structured interview form was prepared. By responding to the questions, the education administrators were able to put forth their views about the rage and aggression caused by the use of technology by the students, the preventions taken to minimize this effect, and the effectiveness of these preventions.