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Blended Learning with Chromebooks in the Elementary Classroom

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Using a blended learning approach in your elementary classroom is a great way for you to help differentiate or personalize learning for your students so that you can better meet their learning needs. Join Paula Naugle as she explains how to achieve a blended learning environment in your classroom using Chromebooks. Paula will share how she uses her LMS (Learning Management System), Google Docs, and a variety of other web tools to engage half of her students with differentiated lessons on the Chromebooks, while she provides teacher-led instruction to the other half of her class. While this session includes discussion of Chromebooks, the strategies and tools covered could be used with other laptops, desktop computers, or other web-accessible devices.


Status: Available On-Demand
Subject: ICT
Last aired on: Wednesday, July 11, 2018 @ 12:00 PM EDT
Duration: 30 minutes
Credit Hours: 0.5
Categories: Blended Learning, Google Chromebooks
Tags: blended learning, Chromebooks, differentiated learning, differentiation

Reviews (10)

Enjoy your set routine and procedures for technology integration.
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Great info. Thanks!
I am excited about getting started using Chromebooks in the classroom.
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As an ICT Coordinator, I have some good information and strategies to share with my classroom teachers. Thank you.
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Thank you for sharing!
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Extemely helpful! Can't wait to use in my classroom!
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I love the idea of teaching students to be accountable for their independent time by using an online timer.
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Great ideas and tips on how to use with younger kids.
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Awesome presentation!
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This contains useful information and advice on how to manage blended learning with technology even when your school doesn't have GSuite for Education. Focuses mainly on intermediate level classrooms.
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