Are you a Google educator? Do you learn and teach with Chromebooks or in a Google-based school?
Join host Tim Cavey and John Sowash from the Chromebook Classroom for the first edition of the Chromebook Classroom update, a monthly episode that explores the latest developments in the world of Google Chromebooks, Classroom, Chrome extensions, and cloud-based apps for learning.
In This Episode
- 4:09 – Google Meet is introducing the ability to add custom backgrounds.
- 6:53 – Native screen and video capturing is coming to Chromebooks soon!
- 13:36 – How to integrate YouTube clips with learning activities in Google Slides.
- 16:01 – How to use format options in Google Slides to define the start and end points for YouTube clips.
- 20:19 – How to use the ReClipped Chrome Extension to add notes and timestamps to YouTube clips that you don’t own.
- 28:09 – One by Wacom is the first Chromebook-compatible drawing tablet
Learn More from John Sowash
- 🔥 On Facebook @ChromebookClassroom
- 🔥 On YouTube @JRSowash
- 🔥 On Instagram @JRSowash
- 🔥 On Twitter @JRSowash
- 🔥 The Book: The Chromebook Classroom: How to deploy, manage and use Chromebooks in the K-12 classroom
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