I’ve become increasingly disappointed with our District’s decision to not purchase Chromebooks and, instead, purchase far more expensive and far fewer MacBooks.
I did think, though, that readers might find a Chromebooks “Best” list useful and, perhaps, someday, so will I.
Before I share those links (and I hope readers will contribute more), here are a few other Best lists you might find useful:
Now, here are my choices for The Best Resources For Using Chromebooks In The Classroom:
Chromebooks beat iPads as top education device is from The San Francisco Chronicle.
30 Ways to Use Chromebooks in the Classroom is a useful slide presentation.
Using Chromebooks in the Classroom is from Reading Today.
Here’s a Live Binder created by Maureen Davis full of related resources.
10 Chromebook uses: How Google-powered laptops are enhancing classrooms is from Education Dive.
3 Reasons Why Chromebook Beats iPad in 1:1 Programs is from edSurge.
Why Chromebooks Are Beating MacBooks is from Mashable.
Here are the latest additions to my fairly massive The Best Sites To Learn & Teach About Thanksgiving list:
When Thanksgiving Was Weird is from NPR.
Thanksgiving: A Very Brief Political History is from NPR.
American Indian Perspectives On Thanksgiving is from the National Museum of the American Indian.
Thanksgiving Mourning is a lesson from Teaching Tolerance.
‘Doing’ Geography Instead Of ‘Studying’ It is my latest post at Education Week Teacher.
In it, four educators share their thoughts on teaching geography: Kelly Young, from whom I’ve learned more about teaching than from anyone else; Elisabeth Johnson, who is the best social studies teacher I’ve ever seen; middle school educator Lisa Butler; and Matt Podbury, who teaches Geography at an International School in France.
Here are some excerpts:
I’m adding it to The Best Websites For Learning & Teaching Geography.
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