Chrome in classroom [Part I]

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Chrome in classroom [Part I]

  1. 1. Customizing Google Chrome as educational tools in your classrooms [Part I] Mike Chui mikechui@ied.edu.hk November 2, 2012
  2. 2. Why Google Chrome?http://www.w3schools.com/browsers/browsers_stats.asp
  3. 3. Launching Chrome Web Store• Launch Google Chrome• Click on Chrome Web Store
  4. 4. Using Chrome Web Store• Apps  Sign in with your Google account (Next time you can retrieve the apps you installed)  Not sign in?
  5. 5. Searching apps by category
  6. 6. Pixlr Express
  7. 7. Stopwatch
  8. 8. Sticky Notes
  9. 9. Sticky Notes
  10. 10. Scootpad
  11. 11. Scootpad
  12. 12. Scootpad
  13. 13. Scootpad
  14. 14. Scootpad
  15. 15. Scootpad
  16. 16. Scootpad
  17. 17. Scootpad
  18. 18. Scootpad
  19. 19. Scootpad
  20. 20. Scootpad
  21. 21. Scootpad
  22. 22. Scootpad
  23. 23. ScootPad: Adding Homework
  24. 24. ScootPad: Adding Homework
  25. 25. ScootPad: Adding Homework
  26. 26. Scootpad• Tell your students your Scootpad  http://scootpad.com/110732• Ask your students to use Firefox/ Chrome to sign in
  27. 27. Sign out Google Chrome• Your Google account is still displayed on the upper right corner (even you have signed out)
  28. 28. Sign out Google Chrome• Go to Settings• Click on Disconnect your Google Account button

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