The idea of schizo-attention is based on French philosophers Gilles Deleuze and Félix Guattari who proposed the idea of schizo-experience. In brief, they refer to schizo-experience as the realization that all things are connected and intercept or interrupt experiences. So looking for those interruptions is key to understanding complex experiences such as what attention means in highly connected environments. When we are looking for ‘attention’ in the ‘digital classrooms’ we examine with pupils and teachers how pupils and teachers manage their experiences that represent assemblages of people their emotions and materials (both analogue and digital).