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 Chromebooks in the Classroom RCAC13
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Chromebooks in the Classroom RCAC13

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Chromebooks and GAFE workshop slide deck. Co presenters were Andrew Bieronski and Ron Millar

Chromebooks and GAFE workshop slide deck. Co presenters were Andrew Bieronski and Ron Millar

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  • 1. Chromebooks in the Classroom
  • 2. This session is not an endorsement of the Chromebook but rather an exploration of the features of this product and its potential use in education. Andrew, Mark and Ron
  • 3. The WRDSB Journey • WRDSB perspective on GAFE and Chromebooks • Current state and roll out • OSAPAC
  • 4. Modes of Operation Mode 1 • • • Out of the box No device management Use existing/personal Google accounts Mode 2 • • Managed Devices • Centrally apply settings to control the behaviour of the devices • Chromebooks enrolled in your Google Domain Use existing/personal Google accounts Mode 3 • • Enroll devices in your Google domain Use in conjunction with the Google domain apps and user accounts
  • 5. Chrome OS • Google Chrome OS is a Linux-based operating system • Works mainly with web applications • The user interface takes a minimalist approach, resembling that of the Google Chrome web browser • Until recently, only application on the device was a browser incorporating a media player and a file manager • All of this subject to continuous change and improvement
  • 6. Who Makes Chromebooks? Samsung Lenovo* Hewlett-Packard Acer Asus*
  • 7. SSD or Hard Drive
  • 8. Classroom Usage • limited number of units used by whole class • full class set shared by classes • 1:1 program • BYOD program
  • 9. Chromebooks in the Classroom Pluses Pluses • Cloud Computing • Fast boot time • Long battery life • Most web apps and extensions are free • Screen size and resolution • Centralized management
  • 10. Chromebooks in the Classroom Pluses Pluses • Automatic saving • Access documents anywhere there is an internet connection • Automatic upgrades • Not susceptible to viruses
  • 11. Chromebooks in the Classroom Other Things To Consider Other Things To Consider • Cost ???? (purchase or rental) • OSAPAC software not available • “Standard” software not available • Dependent on a robust wireless network
  • 12. * * with a few exceptions
  • 13. Chromebooks in the Classroom Other Things To Consider Other Things To Consider • Batteries not replaceable (by user) ???? • Weak in multimedia • Camera “sucks” • File management • Viability ???? • Durability
  • 14. Storage and Battery Charging Carts Cloud Craft Chrome Charging Cart Datamation Systems Security Cart Notebook storage cart and battery charger holds 36 units intelligent charging $2298 $1,156
  • 15. Can You Run Windows on a Chromebook?
  • 16. … but if you really want a small laptop that runs Windows (8.1), have a look at … ASUS Transformer Book T100
  • 17. Keyboard Shortcuts All Available Keyboard Shortcuts CTRL + ALT + ? ALT + Backspace CTRL + Backspace No Delete Key next letter (forward Delete delete) Delete the previous word
  • 18. Screenshots screenshot of full screen ctrl and screenshot of selected area of screen ctrl and shift and
  • 19. Google Drive
  • 20. Offline Docs
  • 21. Storage
  • 22. Chrome Web Store Chrome Apps are advanced interactive websites providing either a wide-ranging set of features, or focusing on a single task like photo editing or shopping. You can discover more than 30,000 free and paid apps, themes and extensions at the Chrome Web Store.
  • 23. Chrome Web Store
  • 24. Printing • Google Cloud Printing (Beta) • Via email to wifi enabled and online printer • tested with HP ePrint function
  • 25. Printing Example • documents and email associated with mwcarbone@gmail.com prints to markwcarbone@hpeprint.com >>> ePrint capable inkjet
  • 26. The Classroom Experience Teaching Assessment Student View
  • 27. What students think about Chromebooks
  • 28. Test Drive the Chromebook
  • 29. Connecting to Wireless
  • 30. Get Connected • Units 1-9 use ‘thing 1’ • Units 10-17 use ‘thing 2’ • Unmarked units use ‘thing 3’ • Access code = chromebook
  • 31. Login Add User
  • 32. New Account
  • 33. Install an App from the Chrome Web Store Treasure Hunt • Get the link to start at • http://goo.gl/gfOPbU

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