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Tips and Tricks to Chromebooks

Tips and tricks to chromebooks!

Student: “There’s something wrong with my Chromebook” or “I don’t know what button I pressed… but something is wrong….” If you would like to learn some tips and tricks to helping your students use chromebooks in the classroom, then check out this presentation that has some basic tips about the chromebook keyboard, applications, and troubleshooting that you might find helpful while teaching students how to use the chromebooks in your classroom properly.  This is a modified presentation that I provided during the digital days this year and many teachers found the tips, tricks, and resources very helpful.  I hope you do as well!  Feel free to email me with any questions about how to use any of the resources that I have provided in my Tips and Tricks to Chromebooks presentation (

About Caroline McCrary

Hello everyone! I am Caroline McCrary, science teacher at Newton-Conover High School. For the 2016-2017 school year, I will be teaching the following courses: Biology, Honors Biology, Biology II Honors, and AP Biology. A little bit about me... I currently taking graduate courses through Clemson University in order to obtain my Masters degree in the Biological Sciences! Go Tigers! I received both a Bachelors degree in Biology - Secondary Education and a Bachelors degree in Biology - Ecology and Evolutionary Sciences from Appalachian State University! Go APPs! During the 2014-2015 school year, I was a part of the Governor's Teacher Network, a program developed by NCDPI and the Governor's office. I was able to develop lesson plans for biology that will be shared with teachers across the entire state of North Carolina. Needless to say, I love to teach and sharing what I learn with others. I also greatly enjoy music, spending time outdoors, and spending time with my family. I hope to make learning science fun for your students and if you would like to contact me concerning your student, please feel free to do so via email or by calling the school.

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