Chromebook wins, frustrations, and strategies
In November 2020 I was invited to be a panelist on the weekly teacher round table hosted by Tim Cavey of the Teachers on Fire Podcast.
Chromebooks was the topic for the November 14 discussion and I was honored to join four other educators to share our Chromebook wins, frustrations, and strategies.
The other panelist for this discussion were
- Tim Cavey (@TeachersonFire) – 8th grade teacher and MS principal
- Justine Wright (@JustyMae) – middle school teacher, Saskatchewan, Canada
- Emily Russo (@EKGTeachTech) – Tech integration, Hudson Valley, NY
- Jessica Reed (@KYGirlinAlabama) – Special education teacher, Trenton, GA
- Scott Nunes (@MrNunesTeach) – Teacher, Modesto, CA
Listen or Watch!
This Chromebook round-table discussion was available live on Youtube, which means you can watch as well as listen!
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