Chromebooks, Classrooms, & Connectivity: The Age of Chromebooks

Kajeet

One device that is frequently mentioned for 1:1 programs or use in the classroom is the Chromebook. Digital Learning Chromebooks 1 to 1Schools across the nation have deployed (and continue to deploy) mobile learning initiatives.

Deploying Chromebooks for the New School Year

Kajeet

It’s hard to believe it’s the start of another school year, but that can be even more daunting if you have 1,000 Chromebooks in storage just waiting to be placed in the hands of eager students. Digital Learning 1 to 1 Chromebooks

5 Reasons Why Chromebooks in the Classroom Benefits Students

Kajeet

As of 2019, 85 percent of schools and school districts across the United States have a Chromebook program in place. Perhaps you see this happening in your own school, but let’s dive into how Chromebooks in the classroom can benefit students. Mobile Broadband 1 to 1 Chromebooks

Chromebook Getter - Free Replacement for Chromebook Inventory Tool

Educational Technology Guy

The Chromebook Inventory Tool is/was an extremely useful tool for G Suite Admins to make managing and updated their Chromebooks easier. I just learned about a free alternative, Chromebook Getter, that was developed for the education community as a replacement.

Why Chromebooks Have Expanded in K-12 Classrooms

Kajeet

Did you know Chromebooks made up 60 percent of all U.S. To put that number in perspective, in 2012, Chromebooks made up less than a single percent of the education market, according to Computerworld. So why are Chromebooks gaining—and maintaining—the momentum within the K-12 classroom?

5 Ideas to Amp Up Chromebooks

The CoolCatTeacher

Today John Sowash @rsowash talks formative assessment, multimedia, and the must-have apps for Chromebooks. Today he gives us five ideas to amp up our Chromebook classroom. We’re giving away two copies of John’s book The Chromebook Classroom.

How to use Chromebooks offline for elearning day activities, homework

Ditch That Textbook

Set up Chromebooks and laptops with offline access to G Suite. Having Chromebooks and G Suite can supercharge learning in class. The post How to use Chromebooks offline for elearning day activities, homework appeared first on Ditch That Textbook. Ed Tech G Suite Google Classroom Google Drawings Google Slides Homework Screencasts Templates chromebooks offline elearning daysNo internet at home? No problem. Your elearning day activities just got a lot more interesting!Having

The Chromebook Infused Classroom

Teacher Tech

An Online Course by Holly Clark Do you have Chromebooks? The Chromebook Infused Classroom Online Course – has opened the doors for pre-orders until May 8th or when all seats are sold. The post The Chromebook Infused Classroom appeared first on Teacher Tech. Chromebook GoogleOr is your school going 1:1 next year? Then this is for you!

55 creative Chromebook projects to try at the end of the year

Ditch That Textbook

DitchBook Twitter chat Ed Tech G Suite Teaching chromebook projects create with chromebooks creating with chromebooks google edu gsuiteThe end of the year provides us with lots of opportunities to try something new. We might have a little bit of time before or after an end of the year activity or maybe your class has finished all of the requirements for the year and you just want to try something fun. Hey, it […].

20 Seesaw ideas with Chromebooks for K-12 classes

Ditch That Textbook

Creativity Ed Tech Google Classroom Google Drawings Visual thinking seesaw chromebooks seesaw teaching ideas student creation ideas teaching with seesawCreating is memorable. When students learn something and then can create something with it — a digital project, a story, a video — that’s something they can be proud of. Sharing what you’ve created enhances the experience. Who wants to work hard on something that no one else sees?

Chromebook Accessibility Features

EdTechTeacher

In this YouTube playlist, see what can be found in the operating system on your Chromebook. Chromebook Accessibility Settings. Chromebook Accessibility – YouTube Series. The post Chromebook Accessibility Features appeared first on EdTechTeacher.

Touchscreen Chromebooks: the iPad killers in schools?

Ditch That Textbook

I have worked with all sorts of digital devices in my own classroom — desktop computers, laptops, Chromebooks, iPads, student cell phones and a variety of others. Hands down, the best experience for me has been Chromebooks.

Acer Chrometab: Chromebook + Tablet

Teacher Tech

Acer Tablet AND Chromebook Acer just came out with a new Chromebook… that is a 10″ tablet. This is not an android tablet, it is a Chromebook. However, Chromebooks can run Android apps so it is an Android tablet. But it’s a Chromebook. I keep saying this because I love Chromebooks! The post Acer Chrometab: Chromebook + Tablet appeared first on Teacher Tech. Android Chromebook Chrometab Google Tablet Acer chromebook google

Acer Chromebook R11 Review

techlearning

The Acer Chromebook R11 is affordable, unlike its Apple inspiration

Apps for Touchscreen Chromebooks

Educational Technology Guy

Touchscreen Chromebooks are becoming more popular, and flip models like the Acer C738T are also getting popular. These Chromebooks open up some more options and features for students. Here is a short list of apps that are great for touchscreen Chromebooks: --.

The Chromebook Help App - built in support on your Chromebook

Educational Technology Guy

Chromebooks are very easy to use, but there is a learning curve for some people as it does do things differently. This is useful for anyone from the tech newbie to teachers and students first learning to adapt to a Chromebook. chromebooks GAFE/Chromebooks tips Google for Educators

Put To The Test—HP Chromebook X2

techlearning

The Chromebook with a Dual Personality

Chromebooks in the Classrooms–Friend or Foe?

Ask a Tech Teacher

AATT contributor, Krista Albrecht, has a balanced evaluation of Chromebooks in the classroom I think you’ll find useful. Chromebooks in the Classrooms… Friend or Foe? Chromebooks…those little computers that everyone is talking about.

Chromebook Scavenger Hunt

Teacher Tech

Chromebook Tips Deana Hubbell tweeted out that she was having her littles explore Chromebooks with a scavenger hunt that uses my template. The post Chromebook Scavenger Hunt appeared first on Teacher Tech. Chromebook Google Intermediate Sheets templates chromebook google sheets templateI added a few additional challenges to the spreadsheet. Share this challenge with students. As they accomplish each challenge they will mark an X in column A.

169 Tech Tips–Two Great Chromebook Shortkeys

Ask a Tech Teacher

Today’s tip: #121–Chromebook Caps Lock and #122–Chromebook Delete Key. Category: CHROMEBOOKS. Q: Where’s the caps lock on a Chromebook ? A: On Chromebooks, caps lock is a shortkey: Alt+search. Keyboarding Tech tips 169 tech tips chromebooks

169 Tech Tips–8 Tips for Chromebooks

Ask a Tech Teacher

Today’s tip: #94–8 Tips for Chromebooks in Class. Be clear what the Chromebook can and can’t do. Chromebooks are platform agnostic. Get students used to the most fundamental Chromebook shortkeys. The Chromebook operating system (Chrome OS) is Linux-based.

GIVEAWAY: The Chromebook Classroom Book by John Sowash

The CoolCatTeacher

John Sowash will be on the 10-Minute Teacher show on Friday morning sharing his ideas for a Chromebook classroom. As part of our ongoing celebration of the launch of the show, John has agreed to give away two copies of his book The Chromebook Classroom.

NComputing Launches Chromebook CX110 and Chrome App, Offering Windows

The Journal

NComputing has launched the Chromebook CX110 and Chrome app, paving the way for American schools to easily run Windows applications on their Chromebooks

Chromebook: Caps Lock Key

Teacher Tech

Chromebooks do not have a Caps Lock key. Chromebook Google chromebook keyboard shortcuts keytipsInstead there is a search button, which in my opinion is completely useless when the address bar is a search. Use Control-L to highlight the address bar and type your search.

Helpful Chromebook Resources for Teachers

Educational Technology and Mobile Learning

Below is a chart we created specifically for teachers using Chromebooks in their teaching. It features resources we have curated from Chromebook Help and covers almost everything teachers need.read more

Supercharge Classroom Participation with Chromebooks

EdTechTeam

100% lesson participation is achievable through 1:1 Acer Chromebooks. So here they are, four amazing Chromebook Apps you need to try out in your classroom for 100% student participation: NearPod. The post Supercharge Classroom Participation with Chromebooks appeared first on EdTechTeam.

Chromebooks: We Can and Must Do Better

Teacher Tech

We Can and Must Do Better with Our EdTech Use Andy Losik blogged on a report on how Chromebooks are being utilized. The post Chromebooks: We Can and Must Do Better appeared first on Teacher Tech. Blog Entries Chromebook Google

Chromebook Deployment Help Resources

Educational Technology Guy

Looking to deploy Chromebooks in your district or school? Here are some tips and resources: Read through the Official Chromebook Deployment Guide from Google first. Plan ahead before you deploy - here are some tips and things to consider: My Google Webinar on Going Google/Chromebooks includes some things to consider and check, for example your wireless capacity, before deploying Chromebooks. Decide which Chromebook you want to use.

100+ Ways to Use a Chromebook in the Classroom – SULS033

Shake Up Learning

The post 100+ Ways to Use a Chromebook in the Classroom – SULS033 appeared first on Shake Up Learning. Did I actually title this 100+ Ways to Use a Chromebook in the Classroom? 100+ Ways to Use a Chromebook in the Classroom. What is the Chromebook App Hub?

What can you do on a Chromebook? Pretty much everything.

Educational Technology Guy

Chromebooks are getting more and more popular in education, the workplace and at home. UPDATE: They also work offline, contrary to popular belief: Tips and Resources for Using Chromebooks offline Here is some proof: 1. Google Apps and Chromebooks Web App Recommendations - a whole lot!

Chrome Can: Coding on a Chromebook!

Dr. Shannon Doak

Many people think it is not possible to code on a Chromebook. I will begin by discussing applications that work on a Chromebook for younger children, then older students and finally for adults and those who want to code for a living. You can code on a Chromebook.

This teacher has her kindergarteners building web pages on Chromebooks #Gafe4littles

The CoolCatTeacher

Kindergarteners making web pages – and more – on their Chromebooks! Kindergarteners and Chromebooks – Yes #Gafe4littles works. What can young children do on Chromebooks with GAFE? How do you start with kindergarteners and Chromebooks?

Chromebook: Post Screenshots to Google Slides

Teacher Tech

Chromebook: Post Screenshots to Google Slides One thing I advocate is for students to take screenshots of their work while they are working on a Chromebook. The post Chromebook: Post Screenshots to Google Slides appeared first on Teacher Tech.

Learn More About Chromebooks From Intel

The Web20Classroom

Educators are presented with so many device options for the classroom, but recently, Chromebooks have gained momentum. More and more districts are moving to Chromebooks as a cost effective option to put technology in the hands of more students. Chromebooks Intel

169 Tech Tip #128–Top 10 Chromebook Shortkeys

Ask a Tech Teacher

Today’s tip #128–Top Ten Chromebook Shortkeys. Category: CHROMEBOOKS. Here’s a poster with ten Chromebook shortkeys popular in classrooms: Sign up for a new tip each week or buy the entire 169 Real-world Ways to Put Tech into Your Classroom.