Comprehensive Guide on Chromebook in Education


In classroom the corporate name that is becoming the new hit is Google.

Google Chromebooks were released in May 2011 as the first computers to run fully in the Google Chrome web browser. Chromebook users experience increased productivity and decreased IT costs, making these computers useful to a wide variety of people.  In particular, Google realized the advantages of these Chromebooks to schools and has created Chromebooks for Education.

Chromebooks are the one of its kind cloud based PCs from Google. These Chromebooks are streaming with excellent features. They not only offer the functionality of a notebook computer but also are cost-effective, dependable, and have virtually no time down. They update automatically so that user always have the latest virus protection along with other latest features. And the best of all, Chromebook won’t slow down over time. Chromebooks were created with web in mind. Chromebooks are the new type of computer designed to help you get things done faster and easier. Nowadays Chromebooks are gaining popularity in education industry.  Because it has many features the tool is easily being able to attract a vast number of education stakeholders.

It only makes sense that Chromebooks have found their way into education and become a favorite choice for many school districts and administrators. More than half of K-12 laptops or tablets purchased by U.S. schools in the third quarter were Chromebooks, cheap laptops that run Google software. Beyond its famed Web search, the company freely offers word processing and other software to schools. In total, Google programs are used by more than 50 million students and teachers around the world, the company says.

In this guide, I’ve mentioned things that would interest you to explore and learn more about the use of Chromebooks in education. 

DOWNLOAD THIS GUIDE

 Img Src

About the Author
Author: Priyanka Gupta
Priyanka is a blogger by profession and has an increasing interest to write about the edtech space. While writing she keeps in mind the educators to come up with right resources and ideas which might be relevant for them in relation to effective use of technology in their profession and institutions/classrooms.
Twitter Profile
LinkedIn Profile

Like what we do?

The Latest EdTech News To Your Inbox

Follow us:

   

   

 

Latest EdTech News To Your Inbox

 

The EdTech Tweets

EdTechReview Kindergogy means integrating technology in the kindergarten curriculum - ETR https://t.co/vpQkPMi3TJ educators edtech edchat education
About 6 hours ago
EdTechReview RT @AnanyaDebRoy: How wonderful is such a process? Kudos BrainBasedLearning https://t.co/zIi6UaP3ds
About 8 hours ago

Follow etr_in on Twitter

About ETR Community

EdTechReview (ETR) is a community of and for everyone involved in education technology to connect and collaborate both online and offline to discover, learn, utilize and share about the best ways technology can improve learning, teaching, and leading in the 21st century.

EdTechReview spreads awareness on education technology and its role in 21st century education through best research and practices of using technology in education, and by facilitating events, training, professional development, and consultation in its adoption and implementation.

 

-> Read More

Join The Community

Subscribe and Join the 55,000+ members who trust us...

Testimonials
I find every news, reviews very informative and interesting. This site is indeed a great site for both teachers and learners. Thanks to EdTech for creating such an enriching site on education. Hats off!!
- Regin Brown, Educationist and Blogger, United Kingdom


My group likes this site because it's so up-to-date and has tons of relevant articles.
- Angela Giuliano, Teacher, New Mexico


Your write ups and articles ignites the minds making them receptive to the whole new wealth of EdTech.
- Jagat Rana, Parent, India


EdTechReview has some great resources for teachers who need to get some ideas about technology in the classroom.
- Loretta Wideman,Teacher, East Africa


EdTechReview keeps educators up to date with trending tech savvy terms relative to the discipline.
- Dr. Ingrid Rizzolo,Education Professional, Curriculum and Instruction Designer, New York City Area

-> Read More

Go to Our Client List

Adobe Avaya Bettasia Bonio Campus Management CK12 CKS Evernote IBM Intel IQPC Kidzania McGraw Hill Moodle Moot USC Rossier CMR University The British School Canadian International School Pathways Ridge Valley

Before download...

Continue... ×