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Pages and Files
Connecting to a Projector
Google Drive Organization
Google Drive Add-ons
Mash the Tube
Chrome and Assistive Tech
Chromebook Classroom -MACUL Precon Workshop
Other Useful Scripts
Google Marketplace Apps
Online and Offline Apps
When you search for apps in the
, you'll find that many of the apps are really just pointers to websites. However, apps which work offline are actual apps which install onto the Chromebook. There are two ways to know if an app works offline. 1) Look for the lightning bolt in the name. This means it works offline. 2) Explore the category of apps for Offline use. Look under Category and "
No wifi, no problem
" or click the features for "Runs Offline". There are definitely some apps you'll want to install, including gmail offline and more.
Kahoot – Kahoot is a formative assessment tool which works with mobile devices including iPads and Chromebooks. The teacher creates an account at:
. Teachers can use a quiz shared in the 1500+ public kahoots or create their own. The Kahoot quiz is typically shown from the teacher’s computer Student access the quiz by going to
and entering the game-pin provided by the teacher. They then enter a nickname or group name and the teacher starts the quiz.
allows a teacher to create a wall where students can enter images and text. Use this wall I created. The assignment is to:
Find an image which represent freedom. Add a sentence or two about why this image represents freedom to you. Use this padlet site:
Michigan Electronic Library - MeL
Open MeL –
and click Kids ➔ Homework Helpers and select Kids InfoBits ➔ Select a topic of interest. Continue to explore with these examples.
Tip - bookmark the site to make it easier to find.
MeL for younger students
eBook K - 8 Collection ➔ Children’s & Young Adult Nonfiction
If you find a book in .pdf, try to save it to the Chromebook
Culture Grams ➔ States or Kids Edition
Book Kids ➔ Compare Places (or Animals and compare animals)
MeL for older students
➔ Life Happens
➔ Opposing Viewpoints or Culture Grams
➔ Homework Help
Teens ➔ Reading Zoon ➔ NoveList K-8
Interactive Web Resources
(you will be prompted to make a copy) - a two page table to sites with interactive content. Note: the Chromebook does not like to run Java and some of these interactive sites may require Java.
List of Apps and Extensions to Explore
- be careful as you can also edit this list
help on how to format text
Turn off "Getting Started"