I’ve been back at school for over a month now, and we have officially gone 1:1. Each one of my students has her own Chromebook. No more fighting over technology carts on my hall. No more changing plans at the last second because the technology cart must be used for a “higher” purpose.
It is bliss–well, not quite bliss, but it is nice not to have to worry about having the necessary technology to implement my lessons.
But even though I started blending early (mixing digital with traditional instruction), many kinks still arise, and I still have a lot to learn. That’s what this latest series is about. Hopefully, we can all learn from my mistakes with The Blended Classroom Tips and Tricks.
For the next few weeks, I’ll be blogging about helpful things I am (often painfully) learning along the way in my school’s 1:1 journey. So here it is:
The Blended Classroom Tips and Tricks #1: Submit Pen and Paper Work With a Chromebook
So here are the 11 Steps (that’s right–11) to submitting pen and paper work digitally on a Chromebook.
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And be sure to stick around to check out my other Blended Classroom Tips and Tricks.