Some student Chromebooks may not be operating at their best or may be draining the battery quicker than expected. One related issue could be that the Chromebook is not updated. When a student powers down by holding the power
We’ve all been there — your amazing lesson goes perfectly…maybe just a little too perfectly, because there are five LOOOOOONG minutes left over in class. Maybe your campus had a fire drill and you come back to class with only
Monica Burns from Class Tech Tips has a great article on making movies on a Chromebook. If you’ve been struggling with how (or why) your kids should be creating video, check out this article! Click HERE.
Circling words. Underlining sentences. Drawing arrows. Highlighting text. Making T-charts and scribbling words in the margins. Back in the day, we teachers called these close-reading exercises taking notes or marking up the text. Today, the shapes, lines, arrows, and color-coded highlights festooning
The amazing Board of Trustees and Superintendent of Burleson ISD approved a 1:1 Chromebook roll out for students in 3rd-8th grade for the 16-17 school year. We were thrilled that they wanted to take this initiative to so many students.
On September 12. 2016, our CTO had to give an update to the School Board on the Chromebook Rollout. We talked about the numbers of Chromebooks delivered, the hours of professional development provided…but the best part was when two of