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Launching Chromebooks in the Classroom @HISD_MIMS

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Launching Chromebooks in the Classroom @HISD_MIMS

  1. 1. Launching Chromebooks in the Classroom Basic Chromebook Tips, Tricks & How-To’s E. H. Eastman 01.04.17 - MIMSHISD.ORG Site: goo.gl/kVbmRD
  2. 2. We have Chromebooks! Ready for lift-off! All systems go!
  3. 3. ★ Battery Longevity [6-8 hrs] ★ Quick Boot! ★ Auto-Updates ★ Chrome OS [Web enabled] ★ Web-centered learning: Communicate & Collaborate Online ★ Offline capability ★ Anytime + Anywhere Accessibility ★ Files & settings stored in Chrome Sync & Drive Chromebook Features
  4. 4. Chromebooks for EDU Chromebooks for EDU
  5. 5. Challenge Set 1 Power on/off Login [Add person if device is multiuser] Change Background Manage ‘My Files’ [Drive vs. Offline] Use Unique Chrome Keys & Touchpad
  6. 6. Power Off 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. Power On 1. Open the Lid & wait 5 seconds! 2. Connect to network
  7. 7. How Do I Sign Into My Account? > Log in using HISD email address. How Do Students Login? > Log in using s###### @online.houstonisd.org
  8. 8. Manage Files
  9. 9. My Files Downloads: contains files stored on your Chromebook locally. ★ Right click to create new folders. ★ When you drag a file from Google Drive to Downloads drive, it is copied to your local drive, making it available for offline use. Drive: files stored on your Google Drive account. Files are downloaded when opened. ★ When you drag a file from Downloads Google Drive, file is uploaded. To make files available on the Chromebook offline: ★ Select Available offline pin against the files of your choice.
  10. 10. NO Caps Lock Key Delete Key Function Keys (F1-F12) On a Chromebook!
  11. 11. Search On a Chromebook, you will not find the Caps Lock, Delete or Function Keys (F1-F12). Chrome Keys
  12. 12. Keyboard Shortcuts? See all keyboard shortcuts
  13. 13. See all keyboard shortcuts: Search+
  14. 14. No Caps Lock Key! Go to Settings enable it permanently, you can change the Search key to the Caps Lock key under “Settings”. (chrome://chrome/settings/keyboard-overlay) When caps-lock is turned on, you will see a up arrow like icon on the next to time on the taskbar.
  15. 15. You can make the Search key work as a Caps Lock key. 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
  16. 16. See all keyboard shortcuts: Ctrl+
  17. 17. See all keyboard shortcuts: Shift + Ctrl
  18. 18. No Delete key OR Delete the next letter (forward delete) Delete the previous word
  19. 19. Touchpad Tricks 1. Click or tap with two fingers for right click 2. OR, 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, or left and right to scroll horizontally. Move between 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.
  20. 20. Challenge Set 2 Take a Screenshot Use App Launcher ○ Install/Remove Apps Use Chrome Camera Add & Customize Bookmarks ★ Apps vs. Add-ons vs. Extensions
  21. 21. 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
  22. 22. 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.”
  23. 23. Pin a Webpage to Chrome Shelf
  24. 24. 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 list HERE. Read Write EasyBib Share To Classroom Zoom Mindmup Animaker Newsela Pixlr Joe Zoo LucidChart Kaizena
  25. 25. ★ 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
  26. 26. Capturing & Editing Video on a Chromebook WeVideo Currently, there is no built-in video recorder but you can download video recording apps to create and edit video. Screencastify LetsRecap
  27. 27. Take Screenshots allows you to take a partial screenshot by selecting the area you want to capture CTRL + CTRL + SHIFT+ Takes full screenshot of your current window Window Switcher Key=Overview Mode
  28. 28. ★ Create favicons by right-clicking and deleting ‘Name’ text! Streamline your bookmarks bar!BEFORE AFTER
  29. 29. Launching Chromebooks in the Classroom
  30. 30. Why Chromebooks? Consider the learning potential! Assess Gather data FlipResearch Differentiate Personalize Accelerate Create Movies Content Learning Web Apps Breathe Life into Writing Process Power the Feedback Loop Organize Map Draw Screencast Present & Publish Connect to Audience GSuite & Chromebook Training Needs Assessment
  31. 31. Classroom ManagementBEFORE 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.
  32. 32. GSuite & Chromebook Training Needs Assessment Find me: @elizabtheastman eastman@houstonisd.org edtechreflections.com Site: goo.gl/kVbmRD