#ETTchat: The Chromebook Creation Studio – an Interview with Greg Kulowiec & James Daley

#ETTchat: The Chromebook Creation Studio – an Interview with Greg Kulowiec & James Daley

This fall, as part of our #ETTchat series, Communications Editor James Daley will be chatting with our EdTechTeacher instructors about some of their favorite tools, apps, and strategies for the classroom. In this post, he interviews Greg Kulowiec, about How to Harness the Creative …

Create Multiple Chrome Profiles to Use Multiple Google Accounts – from Ben Sondgeroth

Create Multiple Chrome Profiles to Use Multiple Google Accounts – from Ben Sondgeroth

This post first appeared on Free Technology for Teachers. As more schools adopt Google Apps For Education (GAFE), increasingly teachers and students are dealing with multiple Google Accounts – one for work/school and one for personal use. When this situation happens, we …

Video Reflections & Visible Thinking: Using Recap in the Classroom – from Greg

Video Reflections & Visible Thinking: Using Recap in the Classroom – from Greg

This post first appeared on Daily Genius as “ 3 Powerful New Ways to Use Chromebooks” When Chromebooks first entered into the 1:1 classroom environment, most people viewed the device to be strictly a portal to access Google Drive and the Google Apps …

Using Microsoft Word Online – from Jennifer Carey

This post first appeared on Daily Genius. Special thanks goes out to Jonathan Wylie for his professional contributions. Chromebooks are a popular medium in schools for a variety of reasons: price, easy management, quick startup times, robust builds, and ready deployment of …

Technology, Learning, & Chromebooks in the Elementary Classroom – from Avra Robinson

Technology, Learning, & Chromebooks in the Elementary Classroom – from Avra Robinson

This post first appeared on Daily Genius. Providing access to more than just apps, Google Chromebooks are the perfect tool to build the foundation for technology success in young students. Throughout my years as a K-8 technology teacher & coordinator, many people …

The #Onescreen Chrome Screen – from Tanya Avrith

This post first appeared on Free Technology for Teachers. The web is a powerful place filled with incredible free tools that allow us to consume, create, curate and connect. As Justin Reich (@bjfr) offers in this EduSlam, when introducing your Chromebook, Google …