I connected with Justine Wright, Emily Russo, Jessica Reed, Scott Nunes, and John Sowash from the Google Classroom to discuss the state of Chromebooks in education today: what’s working, what needs to improve, and what are some strategies that are worth sharing?
Questions That Guided Our Discussion
- 1:19 – Who are you, what is your current context, and how does your learning community use Chromebooks?
- 13:44 – What is working right now? What are some wins that you’re having with Chromebooks?
- 27:59 – What isn’t working well? What questions do you have?
- 50:02 – What are some other tips, hacks, Chrome extensions, or other strategies that you can share?
- 1:04:00 – How can we connect with you?
Cloud-Based Resources for Chromebooks Mentioned in This Episode That Will Support You and Your Learners
- Seesaw (Learning Management System)
- OneTab (Chrome extension)
- Ctrl + H (view browser history)
- Flipgrid (video sharing)
- Google Slides (cloud-based slideshows)
- Google Sites (domain-specific websites)
- Read & Write (Chrome extension)
- 123Apps (a suite of free web-based creation apps)
- Funkify (disability simulator)
- Brush Ninja (animated GIF creator)
- Kami (PDF annotation)
Thanks to the Guests Featured in This Roundtable
- Justine Wright @JustyMae
- John Sowash @JRSowash
- Emily Russo @EKGTeachTech
- Jessica Reed @KYGirlinAlabama
- Scott Nunes @MrNunesTeach
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