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From New User to Power User in the Chromebook Classroom

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From New User to Power User in the Chromebook Classroom

  1. 1. Basic Chromebook Tips, Tricks & How-To’s E. H. Eastman #TXGOO17 CHROMEBOOK CLASSROOM F N U P U ... bit.ly/chromebookpoweruser
  2. 2. How can I use Chromebooks to impact my students’ learning and essential literacies? What are some tips, tricks and strategies for managing technology in the classroom? What are key features, shortcuts, and unique components of Chromebooks? Today’s Goals:
  3. 3. ● Affordability & Battery Longevity ● Quick Boot & Auto-Updates ● Chrome OS = Web-centered learning ● Create, Communicate & Collaborate! ● Offline capability ● Anytime + Anywhere Accessibility ● File + Settings: Chrome Sync & Drive What makes Chromebooks so awesome?
  4. 4. ‘A Chromebook is the web in a computer-like object.’ Web-enabled vs. offline mode Unique Keyboard & Touchpad! No software apps! Cloud-Printing!
  5. 5. Creativity at Work! Students can design & create everything from drawings, documents to slides. There are endless possibilities with GAFE to deepen learning across the curriculum!
  6. 6. FUEL LEARNING! Assess Gather data Research Differentiate Personalize Accelerate Content Learning Web Apps Breathe Life into Writing Process Power the Feedback Loop Organize Map Draw Screencast Present & Publish Connect to Audience Creation Communication Collaboration Critical Thinking [Compassion] FlipMovie-Making
  7. 7. I will uphold MIMS values of Respect, Responsibility, Integrity, Perseverance, Curiosity, and Courage with the use of my Chromebook. I will use my device during class for academic purposes as instructed to do so by a teacher. I will immediately comply with a directive to adjust screen, turn my device off, put my device away or to turn my device in. I understand that my use of a school device is not private and that teachers will monitor use. “Tech Timeout” and use paper 2 Taps 1 xtap = warning 2 x tap = “Tech Timeout” and work with Partner or Paper >>REFLECTION As a Mandarin Immersion Magnet School student…
  8. 8. Credit: Created by Laurie Dukes with images from Flair Graphic Design
  9. 9. Workflow? What is your process of distributing assignments, retrieving student work, giving feedback, seeing revised work and generating an interaction loop between your students and you? >> Offline capability
  10. 10. InstallOfflineApps
  11. 11. Classroom Management Screen at 0 degrees. Laptop offline: LISTENING MODE Screen at 45 degrees. Laptop in LISTENING MODE Screen at 90 degrees. INDEPENDENT LEARNING MODE Teacher closes your laptop. Only teacher can open laptop screen.
  12. 12. "At this time, you should only have two tabs open. The Doc I just shared with you in Google Classroom & the Newsela article." "Silent 30!” Clear desk & ready to listen in 30 seconds. "Earbuds OUT of Ears. 45 degrees!” Clear Communication!
  13. 13. Challenges #1-4 1] Power on/off (3 ways?) 2] Login [Add person if device is multi-user] 3] Change Background (Practice right-click with doubletap!) 4] Right-click & Touchpad Swipe
  14. 14. Power On Power Off 1. Open the Lid & wait 5 seconds! 2. Connect to network 1. From your desktop, click the status area, where your account picture appears, then click Power . 2. On the sign-in screen, click Shut down. 3. Press and hold the Power key on the keyboard for three seconds.
  15. 15. Image via Touchpad
  16. 16. Touchpad Tricks 1. Click or tap with two fingers for right click 2. ALT + Click = Right click! 3. Swipe with two fingers up/down for scrolling Right-click Press or tap the touchpad with two fingers. You can also press Alt, then click with one finger. Scroll Place two fingers on the touchpad and move them up and down to scroll vertically. Swipe 2 fingers left & right to scroll horizontally. Move b/t pages To go back to a page you were just on, swipe left with two fingers. To go forward to a page you were just on, swipe right with two fingers. See all open windows Swipe up or down with three fingers.
  17. 17. Challenges #5-6 5] Manage ‘My Files’ [Drive vs. Offline] 6] Use Unique Chrome Keys & Touchpad
  18. 18. Manage Files Alt Shift M + +
  19. 19. Downloads: contains local files stored on your Chromebook. Right click to create new folders. When you drag files from Drive > Downloads, it is copied to your local drive, becoming available for offline use. Drive: Files stored in your Drive account. Files are downloaded when opened. ★ Drag a file from Downloads to Google Drive to upload. To make files available on the Chromebook offline: Select Available offline pin against the files of your choice. Manage Files
  20. 20. No... ● Caps Lock Key ● Delete Key ● Function Keys (F1-F12)
  21. 21. Search On a Chromebook, you won’t find the Caps Lock, Delete or Function Keys (F1-F12). Chrome Keys Escape Reload Next Page Window Switcher Full- Screen Previous Page Dim Screen Brighten Screen Mute Power Decrease Volume
  22. 22. See them all! Ctrl Alt ?+ + Keyboard Shortcuts?
  23. 23. Search+ Alt+ Search = Toggle Caps Lock Search + > = Insert Search + Backspace = Delete Last Letter Ctrl Alt ?+ + Ctrl + Backspace = Delete Last Word
  24. 24. Ctrl+ Ctrl+R = Reload Ctrl+F = Find Ctrl+N = New Window Ctrl+ + = Zoom In Ctrl+ - = Zoom Out Ctrl+ 0 = Reset Ctrl Alt ?+ +
  25. 25. Shift + Ctrl Ctrl Alt ?+ + Ctrl+Shift+T = Open last closed tab Ctrl+Shift+Q = Sign Out Ctrl+Shift+W = Close Window Ctrl+Shift+D = Bookmark All Tabs Ctrl+Shift+V = Paste as Plain Text
  26. 26. Make Search key work as a Caps Lock: 1. Click the status area, where your account picture appears. 2. Click Settings. In the "Device" section, click Keyboard settings. 3. Use the menus to change how the Ctrl, and Alt, and search keys work. Click OK. Reset CTRL, ALT & SEARCH
  27. 27. Challenges #7-11 7] Take a Screenshot 8] Use App Launcher *Install/Remove Apps 9] Use Chrome Camera 10] Add & Customize Bookmarks 11] Apps vs. Add-ons vs. Extensions
  28. 28. CTRL + Take Screenshots allows you to take a PARTIAL screenshot by selecting the area you want to capture CTR L+ SHIFT+ Takes FULL screenshot of your current window Window Switcher Key=Overview Mode
  29. 29. Use Chrome App Launcher as a... Tips: Right click any app to remove it. Right click the app icon for options to pin app to the taskbar or the shelf. Search & a new tab will open with your search results. Search and install apps and extensions from the Chrome Web Store Calculator Unit Converter {num} {original unit} in {needed unit} Open Apps by Voice
  30. 30. Pin a Webpage to Chrome Shelf
  31. 31. Pin a Webpage to Chrome Shelf 1. Go to webpage 2. Settings > More Tools > Add to Applications In a standard Chrome window, navigate to a page you want to use as an app. Click the menu button (the one with three horizontal bars to the right of the URL bar) Click “More tools,” then “Add to Applications” {Shortcut appears in the taskbar and app tray with favicon. ★ Right-click or Alt-click the new shortcut, then click “Open as window.”
  32. 32. Launcher > All apps> Camera App [or install it from Appstore) Focus the camera and click the red button to snap photo. To turn the 3-second timer on or off, click Toggle timer. Multi-shot takes 3 pictures in quick succession. Show filters to adjust or crop, resize, adjust brightness, rotate & autofix. Snapping photos is easy on a Chromebook! Quick photo editing: While viewing photos from OS File Manager, press “E” to quickly edit the photo using the built-in image editor. Taking Photos with Chromebook Camera
  33. 33. Try VOICE TYPING in Google Docs! [consider uses for diverse learners]
  34. 34. Create favicons by right-clicking and deleting ‘Name’ text! Streamline your bookmarks bar! BEFORE AFTER
  35. 35. Chrome Apps, Extensions & GSuite Add-Ons GSuite Add-ons More tools are not standard with Google Drive, Docs, Sheets, and Forms and will enhance capability and productivity! Chrome Extensions Extensions show in upper-right corner of Chrome and extend the functionality of the browser. Chrome Apps Add additional tools & capabilities to Chrome browser! Apps are interactive web applications installed from Chrome Web store and display in App Launcher. Find full HISD list HERE. Read Write EasyBib Share To Classroom Zoom Mindmup Animaker Newsela Pixlr Joe Zoo LucidChart Kaizena
  36. 36. Sign in to the Google Play Store 1. Go to Settings. 2. In "Google Play Store" section, turn on Enable Google Play Store on your Chromebook. 3. Click Get Started. 4. Google Play Store app opens. Accept Terms & Conditions. 5. Add Android Apps! Add Android Apps to Chromebooks Source: support.google.com
  37. 37. Collaboration When I was a kid, there was no collaboration; it's you with a camera bossing your friends around. But as an adult, filmmaking is all about appreciating the talents of the people you surround yourself with and knowing you could never have made any of these films by yourself. - Steven Spielberg
  38. 38. CollaborateCommunicate Organize & Store Docs Forms Sheets Slides Drawings CalendarSites Drive DRIVE > Docs > Slides > Forms > Sheets > Drawings > Sites > Keep Photos Keep Create!
  39. 39. Creating & Capturing Learning on a Chromebook Through Video WeVideo Currently, there is no built-in video recorder but you can download video recording apps to create and edit video. Screencastify LetsRecap Spark BrainPOP Make-A-Movie BiteablePowtoon
  40. 40. Biteable
  41. 41. WeVideo
  42. 42. BrainPOP Make-A-Movie
  43. 43. BrainPOP Make-A-Movie
  44. 44. Spark Video
  45. 45. PowToon
  46. 46. Resources: How to Use Your Chromebook Offline These are the Chromebooks that Run Android Apps How to Get Android Apps on Your Chromebook MIMS Maker Studio Digital Literacy Movie Project Clip Examples Chromebook LaunchPad Site
  47. 47. bit.ly/chromebookpoweruser
  48. 48. @elizbtheastman Linkedin.com/eleastman Edtechreflections.com MIMS-MakerStudio.weebly.com Pinterest.com/eheastman/ plus.google.com/u/0/111493372220748199904 Find me: Site: goo.gl/kVbmRD