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Tips, Tricks, and Best Practices for Integrating Chromebooks and Other Devices

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As our schools become increasingly digital, it is important for teachers to have a basic understanding of how to best manage technology in the classroom - and that is certainly true of Chromebooks. Join Matt Bergman as he shares tips, tricks, and strategies for managing technology. In addition to discussing best practices for using technology in the classroom, Matt will explain the features and basic components of Chromebooks, as well as various shortcuts you can use with them.


Status: Available On-Demand
Subject: ICT
Last aired on: Tuesday, July 30, 2019 @ 2:00 PM EDT
Duration: 30 minutes
Credit Hours: 0.5
Categories: Google Chromebooks
Tags: basic components, best practices, Chromebooks, features, shortcuts, strategies, tips

Reviews (58)

nice job, thanks
Basic Member
Thank you!
Full Member
Very interesting information. Being proactive is the key.
Great information!
Basic Member
I would like to get a copy of the chromebook short cuts that you had in your presentation. Wonderful presentation.
Nice work
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Great ideas!!!
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Thank you. This was very useful, hands-on, informative, detailed and beneficial.
What a great presentation, thanks Matt! I appreciated the classroom management apps, extension activity ideas, and keyboard shortcuts. I also learned about iPad guided access and the Chromebook Kiosk mode. The remediation program is a good idea for students who misuse technology. I can't believe the teachers you mentioned had no expectations about technology to relay to the students! The two that come to mind immediately are how to treat your Chromebook or whatever device students are using, and expectations about what they can and can't do on the device. Thanks also for reminding us to focus on the positive. I will try to remember to reward students when they use technology correctly.
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