Using Chromebooks in the classroom
No student is the same, and most definitely don’t learn in the same way. Using Chromebooks in the classroom is a device that can meet the needs of every student. This includes students with impaired vision/hearing or physical disabilities, and diverse approaches to information processing.
Google have designed ‘Google for Education’ with accessibility features to support every student to learn to their full potential with confidence.
Chromebooks come with features for all students to build their confidence in digital learning and enables them to develop a skill set for the future ahead of them. Features include, visual aids, closed captioning and real time collaboration in G Suite. These features support learning difficulties that may be long term or just temporary.
Advice on Chromebooks funding
If you are interested in using Chromebooks in the classroom to develop all your student’s confidence and ability give edde a call today. edde offer funding support to the education sector helping them to implement digital learning in the classroom. Get in touch today by enquiring online or calling on 01494 611 465.