Chromebook Academy – Navigating Canvas & Chromebooks in the Classroom [w/ subs]



00:00:01 – welcome welcome everyone this is our
00:00:06 – March 22nd 2017 webinar for Chromebooks
00:00:08 – in the classroom and the Chromebook
00:00:10 – Academy course ID 1376 will be getting
00:00:14 – started shortly in the meantime please
00:00:16 – hang out and we'll get started just a
00:00:18 – few moments
00:00:27 – you
00:03:18 – alright welcome everyone this is my name
00:03:21 – is Robert pole and i'll be hosting this
00:03:23 – webinar today this is the first webinar
00:03:25 – for course 1376 Chromebook Academy in
00:03:29 – the Monroe School District this academy
00:03:37 – starts it will kick off we'll talk a
00:03:40 – little bit about navigating the canvas
00:03:42 – interface and then we'll also be looking
00:03:44 – at how to use the Chromebook itself but
00:03:47 – we'll start with the canvas interface
00:03:49 – and we'll get started if you're in the
00:03:51 – YouTube stream and you've got YouTube
00:03:53 – open you'll notice that there is a live
00:03:55 – chat window to the far right of the open
00:03:57 – video if you have questions or you want
00:04:00 – to provide comments as I'm going through
00:04:02 – the presentation feel free to use that
00:04:03 – live chat feature to write me a message
00:04:06 – and I'll be able to answer your
00:04:07 – questions there otherwise I have most
00:04:09 – everyone muted so there's no chance that
00:04:11 – you'll be able to necessarily interrupt
00:04:13 – a call if you do have a question that
00:04:15 – you want to ask live on air feel free to
00:04:18 – put a note in the live chat and I'll be
00:04:20 – able to open up your mic for you so that
00:04:23 – way you can broadcast that question to
00:04:25 – all that are participating so I welcome
00:04:27 – you here today so first step as we start
00:04:31 – talking about this course and how to be
00:04:34 – successful in the course we're going to
00:04:36 – be navigating to an online learning
00:04:37 – platform called canvas canvas is a
00:04:40 – learning management system that hosts
00:04:42 – courses and different things currently
00:04:44 – we are field testing this product with a
00:04:47 – limited number of users at hidden river
00:04:49 – middle school and at monroe high school
00:04:51 – as well as a few teachers at multi
00:04:53 – elementary to get to canvas and this is
00:04:56 – where you go each and every time you
00:04:57 – want to access the online course you
00:05:00 – would go to monroe dot in structure calm
00:05:04 – and notice the address there it is
00:05:05 – something you'll probably want to write
00:05:06 – down and bookmark in your browser later
00:05:08 – just so that's way you have it so again
00:05:11 – monroe dot i nst are you see ture calm
00:05:17 – monroe and structure calm is the web
00:05:20 – address where we'll go to access this
00:05:22 – online course so i'm going to escape out
00:05:24 – of the presentation here for just a
00:05:26 – moment and i'm going to go to monroe and
00:05:29 – structure calm
00:05:30 – already got it bookmark when you first
00:05:34 – arrived at in canvas you may be asked to
00:05:38 – set up your user profile so allow you to
00:05:40 – do that on your own time but it may walk
00:05:42 – you through you may also be seeing a
00:05:44 – green link that says join the course
00:05:47 – you've been invited to so if you go
00:05:49 – ahead and click that join you'll be able
00:05:51 – to access the course and its resources
00:05:54 – most times though when you first arrive
00:05:57 – at canvas you'll be arriving at what's
00:05:59 – called the dashboard the dashboard has
00:06:01 – course tiles and these course tiles go
00:06:03 – into different courses you may see that
00:06:06 – you have courses for all of the classes
00:06:08 – you currently teach if you're at the
00:06:10 – high school and then you'll see the
00:06:12 – courses that I've added you to and
00:06:14 – you'll be looking for the one where
00:06:15 – you've got the thumbs up gentlemen the
00:06:17 – Chromebook Academy fundamentals webinar
00:06:19 – course when you click into that tile it
00:06:23 – will take you to the syllabus page this
00:06:25 – syllabus page has all of the the details
00:06:28 – about the course in this course that
00:06:30 – you'll be participating in there are six
00:06:32 – required units of instruction the first
00:06:35 – one unit 0 Chromebooks in the classroom
00:06:37 – is an overview of using the Chromebook
00:06:38 – unit 3 have a mostly paperless classroom
00:06:41 – and it's all about using google drive in
00:06:43 – the classroom unit 7 bringing student
00:06:46 – work online using google classroom as a
00:06:48 – learning management platform unit 10
00:06:51 – building interactive lessons with google
00:06:53 – docs unit 11 captivating your class with
00:06:56 – YouTube videos and finally unit 12
00:06:59 – facilitating group work and so it talks
00:07:00 – about strategies doing those things so
00:07:02 – the things that are highlighted in green
00:07:04 – are the things that are required of the
00:07:06 – course for you to keep the Chromebook if
00:07:08 – you complete all six of those required
00:07:10 – modules you'll earn 12 clock hours for
00:07:13 – the course now this is this course is
00:07:16 – based on Google's certified educator
00:07:19 – program and because of that in that
00:07:22 – program if you're interested in gaining
00:07:24 – Google certified educator status at the
00:07:26 – level one you would complete all 14
00:07:29 – modules plus units 0 once you complete
00:07:33 – all of those there is an exam that
00:07:34 – Google provides if you want to get the
00:07:35 – certificate many of your colleagues have
00:07:38 – already done that in the district and
00:07:39 – you can do that if you finish all of the
00:07:42 – modules and successfully pass all of the
00:07:44 – quizzes
00:07:44 – then you will get 30 clock hours for
00:07:47 – your participation in this online course
00:07:48 – now earlier today I sent an email out
00:07:51 – I'm going to pull that up here if you go
00:07:55 – to your email you'll have seen at FYI
00:07:58 – email and maybe we'll quickly search my
00:08:00 – sent mail for that that FYI please read
00:08:07 – in its entirety this is all of the same
00:08:09 – information that's in the online
00:08:10 – syllabus as well as some additional
00:08:12 – links and resources in that email it
00:08:15 – talks about when is the course content
00:08:17 – do so Chromebook can clock our section
00:08:19 – all of the coursework for this class
00:08:22 – this section 1376 is due by June
00:08:25 – twenty-first I want to be able to finish
00:08:27 – it up so that way you and I can all go
00:08:29 – on vacation in july and rest easy for
00:08:31 – the summer so again all of the
00:08:33 – coursework is due by June twenty-first
00:08:37 – let me come back to the class so
00:08:39 – basically what that means is v six
00:08:41 – modules due by June twenty-first now if
00:08:43 – you want to do all of the modules then
00:08:45 – you can earn 30 clock hours but again
00:08:47 – all of the modules would need to be done
00:08:49 – by June twenty-first because I have to
00:08:50 – turn in sheets for clock hours so that
00:08:52 – way people who need them can apply for
00:08:54 – seller advancement based on the clock
00:08:56 – hours they've earned this course is
00:08:59 – organized around assignments discussions
00:09:02 – lesson checks and unit reviews the unit
00:09:06 – reviews are a required component of the
00:09:08 – course you need to capaz the unit
00:09:11 – reviews with at least a 75-percent or
00:09:13 – better most I think are right around the
00:09:16 – eighty percent so if you miss one
00:09:17 – question you get right around seventy
00:09:19 – five to eighty percent so it's kind of a
00:09:20 – flex number there because some of the
00:09:22 – questions there's some that are six
00:09:24 – points and all the way up to 12 to 15
00:09:26 – points for some of those unit reviews
00:09:28 – will talk about the unit reviews here in
00:09:29 – just a moment the assignments
00:09:31 – discussions and lesson checks are
00:09:33 – completely optional they just help you
00:09:35 – practice so I'm not looking at those
00:09:37 – necessarily but if i do see a submission
00:09:40 – then i will go take a look and provide
00:09:42 – some comments and feedback on your
00:09:43 – submission if you want to participate in
00:09:46 – the course in that way in the email i
00:09:51 – also talked about how you could contact
00:09:52 – me my number my direct line is extension
00:09:55 – 2574 here at my desk
00:09:58 – but I know that many of you will be
00:10:00 – doing this course not during the school
00:10:01 – day and after hours so you are welcome
00:10:03 – to call me any day of the week Monday
00:10:05 – through Sunday up until 10pm usually I'm
00:10:09 – up by 730am 7am i will say just so that
00:10:12 – we for those of you are early risers
00:10:15 – monday through friday you can call me
00:10:17 – anytime between seven and ten a.m. and
00:10:20 – 10pm and i'd be happy to answer my home
00:10:23 – phone number is 20 660 4006 for that is
00:10:27 – my mobile line that's the one I carry
00:10:29 – with me all the time and I do recommend
00:10:31 – that if you are experiencing any kind of
00:10:33 – frustration or perhaps you're seeing
00:10:35 – something that's you just don't quite
00:10:36 – understand in the course please give me
00:10:38 – a call or send me an email because that
00:10:40 – helps me adjust and make the course
00:10:43 – better there have been many instances
00:10:44 – where people have shared with me some
00:10:46 – small piece of feedback about what they
00:10:49 – were frustrated with and I've been able
00:10:50 – to change it so it makes it easier for
00:10:52 – others to understand and the course only
00:10:54 – gets better through that feedback
00:10:55 – alright so now that we're here at the
00:10:58 – course page the easiest way to navigate
00:11:00 – the course the next step is to click the
00:11:03 – modules link that's on the left hand
00:11:05 – side of the screen so I'm going to click
00:11:07 – modules and we'll see how the course is
00:11:09 – organized so that welcome page that we
00:11:16 – were just looking at is this welcome
00:11:18 – page enter welcome to gay fundamentals
00:11:19 – I've also got some tips for success
00:11:22 – there's a page all about that and then
00:11:24 – thank you to that's kind of my
00:11:25 – references cited page on this I'm not
00:11:27 – going to look into that we're going to
00:11:28 – go right into unit 0 Chromebooks in the
00:11:30 – classroom and I'm going to go ahead
00:11:32 – click the first content page 0.1 course
00:11:37 – intro on the course intro page you're
00:11:41 – always going to find out what you'll be
00:11:42 – learning in terms of the objectives so I
00:11:44 – like to just like you do probably you
00:11:46 – write your objectives down in your
00:11:48 – classroom on the whiteboard this is my
00:11:49 – ability to write the objective down so
00:11:52 – this is what you're going to learn
00:11:52 – through unit 0 these are the products
00:11:56 – we're going to talk about so we're going
00:11:57 – to talk about G suite for education and
00:11:59 – we're also going to talk about
00:12:00 – chromebooks there's a link to all of the
00:12:04 – help pages for the skills that you'll
00:12:05 – need to be successful in this first unit
00:12:08 – so if you want to learn more about
00:12:09 – setting up your Chromebook and
00:12:10 – customization it's
00:12:11 – there as well as all of these extra
00:12:13 – resources so it's just kind of a quick
00:12:15 – one stop shop for all of those things
00:12:17 – that you may need later in the lesson
00:12:19 – you can always come back to this page
00:12:21 – when you're finished reviewing the
00:12:23 – content on this page at the bottom of
00:12:25 – these pages you just go ahead and click
00:12:27 – Next and it will take you to the next
00:12:32 – part of the lesson blessin's usually
00:12:35 – have some text to read as well as some
00:12:37 – video resources some people choose to
00:12:39 – only read the text and other people
00:12:41 – choose to only watch the videos and some
00:12:43 – people choose to do both but please note
00:12:46 – that the questions that are in the unit
00:12:48 – review will be based on both the text
00:12:49 – and the videos once i'm finished with
00:12:53 – that i'm going to click Next and again
00:12:57 – we've got text and we have some videos
00:12:59 – we can watch those resources and as I
00:13:02 – scroll through we just click Next and
00:13:04 – we've got some more and next and you can
00:13:08 – see that this just goes pretty linearly
00:13:10 – now this is an example of our very first
00:13:13 – assignment or optional activity okay
00:13:16 – it's basically a discussion if you want
00:13:20 – to reply to that discussion again this
00:13:22 – is optionally hit reply and then you can
00:13:24 – provide a response after watching the
00:13:25 – video as you reply then you'll also be
00:13:28 – able to read other people's responses
00:13:30 – and this is again we have about thirty
00:13:31 – two people from Monroe High School sky
00:13:34 – valley and leaders in learning or
00:13:35 – participating in this course oh not to
00:13:38 – forget Park Place middle school as well
00:13:39 – so mostly secondary educators and if you
00:13:42 – want to participate in that online
00:13:43 – community that's of component of the
00:13:45 – course as well now go ahead and click
00:13:48 – Next once you've read the discussion it
00:13:52 – gives you some ideas of what other
00:13:53 – people have said in the past and then we
00:13:58 – have a lesson check a lesson check is
00:14:01 – simply a preview quiz or its kind of the
00:14:03 – exit ticket of sorts that helps kind of
00:14:06 – guide these are all self graded so as
00:14:07 – you come into these exit tickets you can
00:14:10 – take them in then it will let you know
00:14:12 – what you got right or wrong on those
00:14:14 – exit ticket exams alright so I'm just
00:14:17 – going to click Next alright and you can
00:14:20 – see then we go into the next lesson
00:14:22 – welcome to the Chromebook and it's going
00:14:24 – to just take you through those things
00:14:25 – I'm
00:14:25 – to go skip ahead now to the modules and
00:14:28 – I can jump into any of these modules at
00:14:31 – any point in time so i can go ahead and
00:14:33 – click into printing from a Chromebook
00:14:35 – and learn about that and there's known
00:14:36 – it's not required that you do these vary
00:14:39 – linearly from start to finish it's
00:14:41 – really up to you if there's something
00:14:42 – that you feel that you just don't know
00:14:44 – about yet then maybe you only watch
00:14:45 – those things now because I know some of
00:14:49 – you are Google gurus already and you're
00:14:51 – doing this just to get the credit so you
00:14:53 – can keep that chromebook in your
00:14:54 – classroom so if you're in that situation
00:14:56 – you might choose not to attend all of
00:14:59 – these online courses and there's quite a
00:15:02 – lot of them let me just minimize all
00:15:04 – those so we can see that there's these
00:15:07 – 14 units with all the content built out
00:15:09 – into them if you're the type of person
00:15:11 – that say hey I'm just going to take the
00:15:13 – quiz so if we go to my quizzes section
00:15:15 – and you have access to the quizzes
00:15:20 – you're going to see all of the unit
00:15:22 – reviews in one location so unit 0 unit 1
00:15:26 – you can see that it's worth unit 2 is
00:15:27 – worth 12 points unit 3 is worth 11
00:15:30 – points and there are six questions so if
00:15:32 – you're a Google guro already and you
00:15:34 – feel fairly confident with the content
00:15:37 – of the course after reviewing kind of
00:15:40 – the skills and objectives you're welcome
00:15:43 – to just jump right to the quiz and go
00:15:46 – ahead and take the quiz so you'll see an
00:15:49 – option so then here's the very first
00:15:51 – quiz Chromebooks in the classroom so if
00:15:53 – you want to get credit for the course
00:15:54 – you can choose to get credit by testing
00:15:57 – out in other words just go straight to
00:15:59 – the quiz take the quiz and if you get a
00:16:01 – 75 to 80 percent or better then you pass
00:16:04 – that unit and you will get the two clock
00:16:07 – hours for that piece of the course all
00:16:10 – right so question number 1 which of the
00:16:11 – following our advantages that
00:16:12 – Chromebooks have in that classroom over
00:16:14 – other laptops select all that apply hmm
00:16:18 – well I know that Chromebooks boot up in
00:16:20 – a few seconds well they're easy to use
00:16:24 – set up manage and using customized they
00:16:29 – can we can send content and applications
00:16:33 – when using the google apps for education
00:16:36 – and you can install antivirus well
00:16:39 – that's not true because Google
00:16:40 – Chromebooks don't need antivirus because
00:16:42 – chrome keeps them up-to-date so I'm
00:16:43 – going to click next and finish that
00:16:46 – question then I come to the next
00:16:47 – question and I'm just going to start
00:16:48 – selecting some things now you'll notice
00:16:51 – that there's a point value for each
00:16:53 – question if the question has a multiple
00:16:56 – response option so this one select all
00:16:59 – that apply if you see that it's got two
00:17:02 – points there are two correct answers on
00:17:04 – that question so that's just kind of a
00:17:05 – tip and trick to help you out as you're
00:17:08 – going through these quizzes so if it's
00:17:10 – worth two points and you've only
00:17:11 – selected one item you're going to miss a
00:17:13 – point so i must say that one and then i
00:17:15 – make it click next and hit the next
00:17:19 – question and again i'm going to just
00:17:21 – choose anything here and next and next
00:17:25 – again and i just go through this and
00:17:30 – some of them have open responses and
00:17:34 – clicking next and i'll just say true
00:17:40 – there and then you'll see at the end of
00:17:42 – the quiz you can submit the quiz at the
00:17:46 – end of the quiz it will let you know
00:17:49 – what you got right or wrong don't
00:17:51 – despair hope I only got five out of 11
00:17:54 – correct so I need to take that one again
00:17:57 – I'm going to have to go review the
00:17:58 – content and come back to this quiz
00:18:00 – you'll be able to take the quiz as many
00:18:02 – times as you need to until you have a
00:18:04 – perfect score the idea here is that we
00:18:07 – want to make sure that we're competent
00:18:09 – using these tools not that we're holding
00:18:12 – you to a certain time or a seat time
00:18:14 – requirement where you actually have to
00:18:16 – sit somewhere and listen to me go blah
00:18:18 – blah blah for a certain amount of time
00:18:19 – so you can take those quizzes again you
00:18:22 – can just go to the quizzes section on
00:18:23 – the canvas course and you could just
00:18:26 – start taking quizzes quiz after quiz
00:18:29 – after quiz and hope for eighty percent
00:18:31 – sore better on those quizzes now that
00:18:34 – said some people when they come to an
00:18:36 – online course if they know that the quiz
00:18:38 – or the exam is the thing that's required
00:18:40 – they will take the quiz first to see
00:18:42 – what they get right or wrong and then go
00:18:44 – back to the content that they miss based
00:18:46 – on the question that they missed so
00:18:47 – that's another way to use that to kind
00:18:49 – of straw
00:18:50 – sure what you spend time on and what you
00:18:51 – don't spend time on we anticipate that
00:18:54 – the course each of those units will take
00:18:56 – you anywhere from one to two hours worth
00:18:59 – of time to complete if you did not know
00:19:01 – the content already like I said if you
00:19:04 – knew it in your google guru then it
00:19:05 – might take you all of 30 minutes okay
00:19:08 – i'm just to quickly scan the information
00:19:10 – all right i think that's kind of the
00:19:15 – quick overview of using this there are
00:19:18 – some activities so you'll notice that we
00:19:20 – do not have a quiz for unit 13 and 14
00:19:23 – unit 13 and 14 actually have assignments
00:19:26 – so you create a google doc of sorts and
00:19:28 – share that back with me that's what
00:19:30 – those ones do so they're a little bit
00:19:32 – different where they have a final
00:19:33 – assignment that's due at unit 13 and 14
00:19:35 – all right all right so then I'm going to
00:19:39 – go ahead and jump out of canvas and I'm
00:19:42 – just going to close that tab down and
00:19:45 – close some of these others and again the
00:19:46 – next time I come to canvas I just go to
00:19:48 – monroe dot instructure com it will take
00:19:52 – me to the dashboard and I launch into my
00:19:55 – course and I can go to the modules and
00:19:58 – continue where I left off and you may
00:20:00 – want to jot down a note where you were
00:20:01 – last in the course all right if you have
00:20:06 – any questions I'm a pause for a moment
00:20:07 – so feel free to use the live chat to ask
00:20:10 – any questions and i will just pause for
00:20:13 – a moment so that way we have a Q&A
00:20:24 – you
00:20:34 – alright doesn't look like we have any
00:20:36 – questions coming in at the moment so I'm
00:20:38 – going to go ahead and let's talk about
00:20:39 – the next piece so I'm gonna fit from
00:20:41 – here on out if if you already know how
00:20:44 – to use a Chromebook then you might want
00:20:45 – to skip the speech in the webinar and
00:20:47 – just jump right off but if you're new to
00:20:49 – the Chromebook coming to talk you take
00:20:50 – you through a quick tour of the
00:20:52 – Chromebook that was sent out to you
00:20:54 – today so that chromebook I'd either
00:20:56 – delivered to the front office with your
00:20:58 – office manager or at the high school I
00:21:00 – delivered one to each of the boxes for
00:21:02 – each of the people that had turned in a
00:21:03 – form if you've not yet turned in a
00:21:05 – Chromebook user agreement form one that
00:21:08 – looks like this I need that from you so
00:21:11 – I can dispatch a Chromebook to you so
00:21:14 – again until I have this form I'm not
00:21:16 – able to go ahead and send those out so
00:21:18 – if you could send that back to me that
00:21:20 – would be lovely alright so let's talk
00:21:23 – about chromebooks in the classroom so
00:21:30 – first and foremost the Chromebook is
00:21:32 – yours to use at school or also take with
00:21:34 – you to home but one thing you need to
00:21:37 – remember when you're logged into your
00:21:38 – district account all of the browsing
00:21:40 – that you do is recorded for public
00:21:43 – record okay so if you visit a website at
00:21:46 – home maybe it's a Pinterest page and
00:21:49 – it's your remodeling your living room
00:21:51 – and you found this lovely sofa and you
00:21:55 – start pinning it to your board and all
00:21:58 – of those things and then you found the
00:21:59 – love the perfect paint color and you
00:22:01 – pinned a paint chip to your Pinterest
00:22:02 – board all of that browsing history on a
00:22:05 – district device using your google
00:22:07 – account is recorded first ten years okay
00:22:11 – and if someone in the community asked
00:22:14 – for to see that browsing history we must
00:22:17 – surrender it to them okay so be very
00:22:20 – very cautious about the types of things
00:22:21 – you do on a district device that's
00:22:23 – personal that said this device is there
00:22:27 – for you to use to support all of the
00:22:29 – work that you do to prepare your lessons
00:22:32 – prepare for meetings all of those things
00:22:35 – so feel free to check your email do all
00:22:38 – of those kinds of things with this
00:22:39 – device it's there for that purpose okay
00:22:43 – and it's always a good reminder that as
00:22:45 – you're using this device and as you're
00:22:47 – having stew
00:22:48 – use these devices to remind them of
00:22:49 – their rights under responsible use okay
00:22:53 – that anything we do is a public thing so
00:22:56 – if they are using their Google account
00:22:57 – remind them that this is a public thing
00:23:00 – that we must preserve record and archive
00:23:04 – nothing's hidden forever ok here is the
00:23:10 – dell chromebook so this is a rugged
00:23:13 – model chromebook it's built to basically
00:23:17 – military grade specifications for
00:23:21 – certain components for drop testing
00:23:23 – screen durability keyboard waterproof
00:23:26 – all of those kinds of things we're going
00:23:27 – to talk about some of those features
00:23:28 – here with this 11 inch dell chromebook
00:23:30 – first and foremost as you unbox that
00:23:35 – chromebook you'll notice that there is a
00:23:37 – slightly smaller keyboard missing the 10
00:23:41 – keypad but above the backspace button
00:23:43 – you will find the power button when you
00:23:46 – press the power button and wait six
00:23:48 – seconds the Chromebook will power up and
00:23:51 – onto the login screen you provide your
00:23:54 – district credentials district password
00:23:57 – and then you'll be able to login to the
00:23:58 – device and it will take you to the
00:24:00 – desktop the same button you use to power
00:24:03 – on the device is also your off button
00:24:05 – you simply press and hold that button
00:24:08 – for five seconds and the screen will go
00:24:10 – completely black okay that's also how
00:24:13 – you log off the device between users so
00:24:16 – if you are sharing Chromebooks in a
00:24:18 – Chromebook cart in the classroom you
00:24:20 – simply ask your students between periods
00:24:22 – to basically power off their device when
00:24:24 – the next student comes into the
00:24:26 – classroom they press the power button
00:24:27 – and it will bring them back to the login
00:24:29 – screen okay so it's always really
00:24:31 – important that kids are powering off
00:24:33 – their Chromebook device in between
00:24:34 – classes and in between users just to
00:24:37 – avoid anybody writing over the top of
00:24:39 – someone else's class or over their data
00:24:43 – again for staff the login for a
00:24:49 – Chromebook is their last name first
00:24:51 – initial at Monroe wet net edu and your
00:24:54 – password will mimic your windows
00:24:56 – passwords so if you change your windows
00:24:57 – password you'll the password that you
00:25:00 – change it to will also
00:25:01 – work on your Chromebook for students
00:25:04 – it's slightly different their password
00:25:06 – is a combination of their student ID as
00:25:08 – well as MPs at school Monroe wide net
00:25:11 – edu looking at the side of your
00:25:17 – Chromebook there is a battery indicator
00:25:19 – light when it's plugged in and charging
00:25:22 – it will light up it'll be a nice amber
00:25:25 – color when it's fully charged it will go
00:25:28 – completely dark okay so it will only
00:25:31 – light up when it's charging not any
00:25:33 – other time the next slot that you see
00:25:36 – the SIM card slot we did not choose to
00:25:40 – purchase those sim card slots so that's
00:25:44 – not a part of our device the next slot
00:25:49 – is our USB slot okay that's great for
00:25:52 – plugging in a wireless mouse or some
00:25:55 – other USB flash drive type device and
00:25:57 – then finally the last little hole that
00:26:00 – you'll see on that side of the
00:26:01 – Chromebook is the lock slot on the
00:26:05 – left-hand side of your Chromebook you
00:26:10 – have the power adapter slot so basically
00:26:13 – it's a round hole and the plug for your
00:26:15 – Chromebook will plug into that device
00:26:16 – you have another USB and HDMI video slot
00:26:22 – now unfortunately many of our projectors
00:26:25 – do not support the newest standard of
00:26:27 – video hdmi that said coming in the fall
00:26:31 – will have new devices that will allow
00:26:33 – you to connect your Chromebook via cable
00:26:35 – to your new display device so that way
00:26:38 – you'll be able to do that again that's
00:26:39 – coming this fall we have a headphone and
00:26:44 – microphone jack and then finally a
00:26:47 – memory card reader for those types of
00:26:49 – things if you have an SD card from a
00:26:50 – digital camera or some other device you
00:26:52 – can plug that in so that we can use it
00:26:54 – as a flash drive opening the Chromebook
00:27:00 – for the very first time you're going to
00:27:01 – notice that this is a completely fold
00:27:03 – flat keep our Chromebook you can it's
00:27:06 – 180 degree hinge meaning you can fold it
00:27:08 – completely flat that's for a lot of good
00:27:11 – reasons the first reason is that it's
00:27:13 – great for when you want to
00:27:14 – share your screen with something sitting
00:27:16 – across with you you don't need to turn
00:27:18 – your Chromebook you can simply just push
00:27:21 – your Chromebook screen down to the table
00:27:23 – top and then you can do what's called
00:27:25 – barrel roll your keyboard will talk
00:27:27 – about the barrel roll command here in
00:27:28 – just a moment it's a combination so
00:27:31 – shortcut key combination that allows you
00:27:33 – to barrel you'll notice that the
00:27:35 – keyboard is slightly different so when
00:27:37 – you look at that keyboard you'll notice
00:27:38 – that all of the characters are in lower
00:27:40 – case you're also going to see that the
00:27:42 – top row keys are no longer function keys
00:27:45 – rather they are shortcut keys to
00:27:47 – different things that chrome can do as
00:27:49 – part of its browser features and
00:27:50 – functionality excuse me you also have a
00:27:57 – touchpad that supports up to three
00:27:59 – touches so this touchpad supports up to
00:28:02 – three inputs in other words I can use
00:28:05 – one finger to move the mouse cursor
00:28:07 – around I can use two fingers to bring up
00:28:11 – on-screen menus as a tap or I can also
00:28:14 – use two fingers to scroll up and down a
00:28:18 – web page and three fingers to swipe
00:28:20 – between tabs and I've got more
00:28:22 – information about those gestures here in
00:28:24 – just a moment so taking a look at this
00:28:28 – chrome keyboard you'll notice that there
00:28:30 – are several major differences these are
00:28:33 – chiclet keys so it's got a nice keyboard
00:28:35 – touch and feel across the top row as we
00:28:39 – look across we have the Escape key we
00:28:41 – have some browser buttons back forward
00:28:43 – and refresh we have the full screen
00:28:47 – option we have a switch window button we
00:28:51 – have the brightness buttons and we have
00:28:53 – volume and of course the power button
00:28:55 – we'll talk about each of those here in a
00:28:59 – moment let's first talk about the
00:29:01 – touchpad the touchpad does op or excuse
00:29:05 – me it does offer multiple touch
00:29:07 – endpoints so as you're using your
00:29:09 – Chromebook and you're booted into the
00:29:10 – main screen if you take one finger and
00:29:12 – just gently press against the touchpad
00:29:15 – it will move your cursor back and forth
00:29:17 – across the screen if that the Chromebook
00:29:22 – also supports a very light touch to do a
00:29:25 – click okay so you can either press
00:29:28 – all the way through until you hear a
00:29:30 – click to select something or you can
00:29:33 – just tap lightly with intent in one
00:29:35 – location and it will also represent a
00:29:37 – click without having to click the touch
00:29:39 – pad right click is supported by two
00:29:43 – fingers pressed together against the
00:29:45 – touchpad very lightly so if you just do
00:29:47 – a two finger tap on that touchpad it
00:29:49 – will right-click and bring up on-screen
00:29:50 – menus you can scroll with the device by
00:29:54 – pressing two fingers lightly on up and
00:29:57 – down on the touch pad so that will allow
00:29:59 – you to scroll up and down the page you
00:30:02 – can move between pages by swiping left
00:30:05 – or right with two fingers you can see
00:30:10 – all open windows by swiping up or down
00:30:12 – you can switch between tabs by using
00:30:16 – three fingers right or left and then you
00:30:20 – there's also a drag and drop feature of
00:30:22 – that touchpad if all of that seems a
00:30:27 – little bit um not quite clear in this
00:30:31 – presentation I do have a YouTube video
00:30:33 – embedded and I've shared this
00:30:34 – presentation with you in your calendar
00:30:36 – invite so you can come back to the video
00:30:39 – and watch more about that from someone
00:30:40 – who can explain it by showing it the
00:30:47 – Escape key when you're using a
00:30:49 – Chromebook often times you will may miss
00:30:51 – the big red X button in the upper right
00:30:53 – hand corner that closes windows or
00:30:55 – applications out when you find an
00:30:57 – application that doesn't have one of
00:30:59 – those red X buttons to close you can
00:31:01 – press the Escape key and that will close
00:31:02 – that option the next two buttons across
00:31:09 – the top are browser buttons they allow
00:31:11 – you go forward and backwards in your
00:31:13 – browsing history or to refresh the page
00:31:16 – so this refresh button is really great
00:31:19 – for that so you can just hit that button
00:31:20 – and it will refresh the page you also
00:31:24 – have the search key so the shifts lock
00:31:27 – key has been taken away from you and
00:31:29 – instead you now have a search key when
00:31:31 – you press the search key it will bring
00:31:33 – up a google search window and you can
00:31:35 – either type or you can use the
00:31:38 – microphone and speak to your Chromebook
00:31:40 – and it will do a
00:31:42 – Google search based on what you say so
00:31:44 – that's some features of the Chromebook
00:31:46 – on that keyboard the search key also
00:31:50 – brings up what's called the launcher on
00:31:51 – the Chromebook the launcher is where
00:31:53 – you're going to find all of your apps
00:31:55 – and applications the next two buttons
00:32:01 – support screen views so if you want to
00:32:03 – take content on your screen full screen
00:32:05 – you can press the full screen button and
00:32:07 – then finally the next one right next to
00:32:10 – it is the switch window key now the
00:32:12 – switch window key allows you to
00:32:14 – multitask between open windows on your
00:32:17 – Chromebook this is a great feature it's
00:32:20 – a super power of the Chromebook to be
00:32:22 – able to quickly jump from one resource
00:32:23 – to the next so perhaps I'm doing some
00:32:25 – research in one of the library databases
00:32:28 – and then i have a google doc open in
00:32:30 – another window and i want to switch
00:32:32 – between those back and forth i can use
00:32:34 – that switch window button and quickly
00:32:35 – see the content now kids can use this
00:32:38 – super power they can use their super
00:32:40 – powers for good but they can also use
00:32:42 – their super powers for evil the switch
00:32:45 – window key is one of their favorites so
00:32:47 – what they will sometimes do is they will
00:32:49 – bring up a YouTube video and then they
00:32:52 – will have the google doc you want them
00:32:53 – to work on and then they will switch
00:32:54 – window between the two when you're not
00:32:56 – watching so be aware of the switch
00:32:58 – window key and its use of that
00:33:00 – definitely something to practice so that
00:33:02 – way if you do run into a situation where
00:33:05 – your sixth sense is telling you that
00:33:08 – maybe a kids using a super power for
00:33:09 – evil you can remind yourself of which
00:33:13 – button they should press to show you
00:33:15 – that they're not doing that because the
00:33:17 – six key points to that button so your
00:33:20 – sixth sense the sixth the number six on
00:33:23 – the keyboard points to that switch
00:33:25 – window button is an easy way to remember
00:33:26 – that screen brightness buttons so on the
00:33:31 – Chromebook if you have it at fulbright
00:33:33 – by pressing the larger sunshine button
00:33:36 – that will take it all the way to 10 and
00:33:38 – at 10 the Chromebook should last on a
00:33:41 – full charge anywhere from six to eight
00:33:42 – hours depending on the application
00:33:44 – you're running if you bring the
00:33:46 – brightness down just three clicks down
00:33:48 – to seventy percent by pressing the small
00:33:50 – sunshine button just three times down
00:33:52 – you can nearly double the battery life
00:33:54 – on your Chromebook
00:33:55 – so a Chromebook that might have only had
00:33:57 – three hours of charge left at full
00:33:59 – brightness by bringing down its
00:34:01 – brightness down to seventy percent you
00:34:04 – might be able to get five to six hours
00:34:05 – out of that chromebook for the rest of
00:34:07 – the day so just an FYI it's really
00:34:09 – important for kids to know that as well
00:34:10 – so that way if they say oh my gosh my
00:34:12 – Chromebook is almost dead they can just
00:34:14 – bring the screen brightness down and
00:34:16 – then get a next another few minutes out
00:34:18 – of the device before it goes completely
00:34:20 – black volume keys are next it's always a
00:34:24 – good idea to remember where the mute
00:34:28 – button is I always like to show kids
00:34:31 – this right away um because once they
00:34:33 – know where the mute button is if they do
00:34:34 – it in vertically open some content
00:34:36 – that's got a video or music or something
00:34:38 – like that they can quickly hit mute in
00:34:40 – the whole class doesn't have to hear it
00:34:41 – until they get their headphones put on
00:34:44 – and then also it's really worth while to
00:34:49 – understand that the Chromebook has many
00:34:52 – many many keyboard shortcuts and if you
00:34:56 – want the cheat sheet to see those
00:34:58 – keyboard shortcuts to get that keyboard
00:35:01 – shortcut screen up in front of you you
00:35:04 – press ctrl + the Alt key and the
00:35:07 – question mark and when you do that an
00:35:09 – on-screen keyboard will appear once you
00:35:13 – press that on-screen keyboard and I
00:35:14 – don't have a picture of this if we were
00:35:15 – doing a live face-to-face course you'd
00:35:19 – actually be able to do this and I show
00:35:20 – you this but if you have your Chromebook
00:35:23 – in front of you can press ctrl alt + the
00:35:25 – ? key and you'll see the on-screen
00:35:28 – keyboard appear when you press the ctrl
00:35:30 – key it will show you what the control
00:35:32 – key plus any of those other buttons does
00:35:35 – with the Chromebook if you press ctrl +
00:35:37 – Shift it will show you another set of
00:35:39 – shortcuts if you press ctrl alt together
00:35:43 – it will show you what the shortcuts are
00:35:44 – with that combination and if you press
00:35:46 – ctrl alt + shift + in any combination of
00:35:49 – keys it will show you what those do to
00:35:52 – get the on-screen keyboard off the
00:35:54 – screen you put simply press escape or
00:35:56 – you can press ctrl alt ? again and it
00:35:59 – will take that on-screen keyboard off
00:36:01 – speaking of keyboard shortcuts they're
00:36:08 – certain there's basically five
00:36:09 – I've shortcuts that I think every
00:36:11 – teacher needs to know the first shortcut
00:36:15 – that you need to know as a teacher is
00:36:17 – the history shortcut so when kids are
00:36:20 – browsing on the internet sometimes they
00:36:22 – do use their powers for good and they're
00:36:24 – doing exactly what you've asked them to
00:36:26 – do they're doing research on the Roman
00:36:27 – Empire you know or perhaps they're
00:36:31 – looking up vocabulary definitions
00:36:33 – whatever that might be right so they're
00:36:35 – doing the right thing most kids do but
00:36:37 – there are always a few that get
00:36:38 – distracted and perhaps they found
00:36:40 – something really way more intriguing on
00:36:42 – youtube if you ever need to bring up
00:36:45 – their history because you just have your
00:36:47 – you know you just have that just sneaky
00:36:50 – feeling that maybe someone's doing
00:36:52 – something inappropriate you need to know
00:36:53 – what they're browsing because they're
00:36:54 – just not getting their work done but yet
00:36:56 – they're using their Chromebook furiously
00:36:58 – all period long you can ask them to
00:37:01 – bring open a page in their Chrome web
00:37:02 – browser to a new tab and then press ctrl
00:37:05 – and the H key and lickety-split it will
00:37:09 – pull up the history of everything
00:37:11 – they've been doing today yesterday three
00:37:14 – weeks from now or three weeks ago months
00:37:18 – ago years ago so since anything that
00:37:21 – they've done while logged into a
00:37:22 – Chromebook you will see the history for
00:37:24 – that it will also show the history for
00:37:27 – anything they've done at home while
00:37:29 – logged into their district account okay
00:37:31 – so it's really important to look at the
00:37:32 – timestamp of things if you see that
00:37:34 – there's inappropriate content there
00:37:36 – things that they've probably shouldn't
00:37:38 – have been browsing don't hold on to that
00:37:40 – please let your building administrator
00:37:42 – know so that they can take care of that
00:37:43 – with the student because it might be a
00:37:45 – discipline issue at that point the next
00:37:48 – shortcut key that you need to know is
00:37:50 – about chromevox chromevox turns on the
00:37:53 – spoken features of the Chromebook so
00:37:56 – when you press ctrl alt Z you'll hear a
00:37:58 – tone on your Chromebook and then
00:38:00 – everything you start to hover over it
00:38:02 – will tell you what that thing is it's an
00:38:04 – accessibility feature that cannot be
00:38:06 – turned off okay that said this feature
00:38:09 – can be turned on and off by pressing
00:38:11 – ctrl alt Z so what happens is kids being
00:38:15 – sneaky will turn the feature on put the
00:38:17 – device away and then the next kid who
00:38:19 – logs into it the computer the Chromebook
00:38:21 – starts talking at them
00:38:23 – it's really frustrating so to turn that
00:38:25 – on an off ctrl alt Z the next shortcut
00:38:29 – combination is the zoom so if you press
00:38:32 – ctrl + or control minus things on the
00:38:35 – screen either become larger or smaller
00:38:37 – and what kids will like to do is they
00:38:40 – will increase the size of things to five
00:38:42 – hundred percent so that way that can
00:38:43 – really difficult to use and then they'll
00:38:46 – tell you it's broken so to reset it
00:38:48 – quickly without having to go control
00:38:50 – minus minus minus minus minus you can
00:38:52 – just hit control zero and it will take
00:38:54 – you right back to one hundred percent of
00:38:56 – everything on the screen we've already
00:38:59 – talked about the switch window key which
00:39:02 – is in the top row and then finally the
00:39:04 – next piece that kids like to do is that
00:39:07 – they will do what's called a barrel roll
00:39:08 – of the screen or in other words they
00:39:10 – will turn the screen upside down the
00:39:13 – combination to do that is shift control
00:39:16 – and refresh so if you press shift ctrl
00:39:19 – and refresh on your Chromebook if you
00:39:21 – have it sitting in front of you right
00:39:22 – now if you press those three together
00:39:24 – you're going to see that your screen
00:39:26 – will start to rotate first it'll rotate
00:39:28 – 90 degrees then 180 degrees then 270
00:39:31 – degrees and then back to normal again
00:39:33 – now that's really really handy because
00:39:36 – if you rotate the screen 90 degrees now
00:39:38 – your Chromebook you can see documents in
00:39:40 – a book format so that way you can see
00:39:42 – them in portrait style so if you've got
00:39:44 – a longer PDF document that's a reading
00:39:46 – passage then you can hold the Chromebook
00:39:48 – like a book and read that passage if you
00:39:51 – rotate your screen to 180 degrees by
00:39:53 – pressing shift control rotate twice now
00:39:56 – you can fold your the hinge flat or fold
00:40:00 – the screen down to the tabletop and the
00:40:02 – person across from you can now see the
00:40:04 – screen in the orientation that's best
00:40:06 – and easiest for them okay so it's just a
00:40:09 – really handy thing that said kids like
00:40:11 – to barrel roll their screens before they
00:40:13 – put the Chromebooks back away in the
00:40:15 – cart and then the next kid that comes to
00:40:17 – the Chromebook will see that it's upside
00:40:19 – down so this is one of those things that
00:40:20 – I like to show kids too so that way they
00:40:23 – all know how to do it so if they
00:40:25 – encounter it where someone's been sneaky
00:40:26 – and they know how to fix their own
00:40:28 – problem alright
00:40:34 – some customizations now that you've got
00:40:36 – your Chromebook you may want to change
00:40:38 – the wallpaper so on the Chromebook on a
00:40:41 – blank screen background if this is the
00:40:42 – very first time you've logged into a
00:40:44 – Chromebook you're probably seeing the
00:40:45 – Gecko and everybody wants to know how to
00:40:47 – change the gecko so this is where you're
00:40:49 – going to actually use two fingers you're
00:40:52 – going to take two fingers and tap them
00:40:55 – lightly on the gesture pad together and
00:40:57 – you will see an on-screen menu you'll be
00:40:59 – able to then change select a new
00:41:01 – wallpaper you can also change in that
00:41:04 – menu you'll see that there's an option
00:41:06 – to change the shelf and then we'll also
00:41:10 – talk about settings and updates now this
00:41:12 – next piece with settings and updates
00:41:14 – because I don't I'm not presenting from
00:41:16 – a Chromebook today those are things that
00:41:18 – you will learn in the Chromebooks in the
00:41:21 – classroom unit units 0 so it will talk
00:41:24 – of all about how to set set shortcuts
00:41:27 – set the settings and how to do updates
00:41:30 – on your Chromebook so I'm going to leave
00:41:31 – that for that piece your Chromebook is
00:41:37 – preloaded with the google apps for
00:41:39 – education so you will find links if you
00:41:42 – press the launcher button which is that
00:41:43 – search key it will show the apps
00:41:46 – launcher if you click the all apps
00:41:49 – drop-down menu you will then see that
00:41:52 – you've got access to gmail google
00:41:55 – classroom Google Docs Google sheets
00:42:00 – Google slides for presentations your
00:42:04 – google drive and also the Chrome Web
00:42:07 – Store the Chrome Web Store allows you to
00:42:10 – add additional apps that don't come
00:42:12 – pre-loaded with the Chromebook please
00:42:14 – note that teachers have unlimited access
00:42:17 – to the Chrome App Store the Chrome Web
00:42:19 – Store to download apps and extensions
00:42:21 – students are limited so if you'd like to
00:42:24 – have an app available for your students
00:42:26 – to access you would go through a track
00:42:28 – at ticket create that track at ticket
00:42:30 – request that service and then we will
00:42:33 – have to basically what happens as we on
00:42:35 – the back end we review the app make sure
00:42:37 – that it's not asking for student
00:42:40 – information that would be inappropriate
00:42:41 – to share with the third party developer
00:42:43 – if approved then we push it out to the
00:42:46 – Chrome Web
00:42:47 – or for students you can learn more about
00:42:54 – all of the different district resources
00:42:56 – at our new website portal did you learn
00:42:58 – dot Monroe wha schools dot org so I'm
00:43:02 – going to jump out and kind of just do a
00:43:04 – quick preview of the resources that
00:43:05 – you'll find it did you learn so again di
00:43:09 – di le AR n monroe wok schools org this
00:43:14 – is a portal that was developed with
00:43:16 – school year we haven't updated the main
00:43:18 – page in a while so I'm apologize for the
00:43:20 – old content here it's been a busy busy
00:43:22 – winter but basically have links to all
00:43:24 – of the different resources that are
00:43:26 – available to you this kind of replaces
00:43:28 – the portal that we used to have in the
00:43:30 – old monroe portal for the digital
00:43:31 – learning team that's new this year we
00:43:34 – have resources on how to use canvas how
00:43:36 – to use chrome Chrome OS Chromebooks we
00:43:40 – have resources on digital citizenship we
00:43:44 – have resources on how to use the
00:43:46 – different AV tools in your classroom we
00:43:49 – have links to all of the G sweet tools
00:43:52 – that you have access to logins and how
00:43:57 – to do that in different systems privacy
00:44:00 – information how we keep student privacy
00:44:02 – in your privacy safe so there's
00:44:04 – information about student passwords
00:44:06 – there is information about parental
00:44:07 – consent student privacy and apps talks
00:44:10 – all about how do you request apps under
00:44:12 – the privacy page we've got links to the
00:44:15 – standards we've got links to the
00:44:18 – different workshop resources we have an
00:44:21 – FAQ page and then an about Us page so
00:44:24 – feel free to peruse the digitallearn
00:44:26 – site and you'll also if you're going
00:44:28 – through the course content in the canvas
00:44:29 – course you may find times your
00:44:31 – redirected back to this site to learn
00:44:33 – more about those resources so that again
00:44:38 – the address is did you learn dot monroe
00:44:40 – was– goals org if you run into problems
00:44:47 – with your Chromebook please feel free to
00:44:49 – put your own track it helpdesk ticket
00:44:51 – into the system using the track at link
00:44:53 – this is a short link goo GL /a to
00:44:57 – capital s x3 be but there is the if you
00:45:00 – know how to get
00:45:00 – track it off the portal you can go to
00:45:02 – track it off the portal there as well if
00:45:04 – you have hardware issues the Chromebooks
00:45:06 – that we bought do have a one-year
00:45:08 – warranty so while they're under warranty
00:45:10 – we might as well take advantage of it so
00:45:12 – if anything happens that chromebook
00:45:13 – please let the tech office know so that
00:45:15 – they can get that repaired or replaced
00:45:17 – for you if you run into any problems in
00:45:23 – the course or using your Chromebook know
00:45:26 – that you have built-in help on your
00:45:28 – device you can use YouTube but my son
00:45:31 – Ethan always tells me you can learn
00:45:32 – anything on YouTube dad you just have to
00:45:34 – look for it you can do a Google search
00:45:36 – you can call the helpdesk eight
00:45:37 – extension to 680 or you can give me a
00:45:40 – call at extension 2574 or on my mobile
00:45:42 – line all right now this presentation has
00:45:48 – a few more slides if you want to learn
00:45:50 – how others are using their Chromebooks
00:45:51 – I've got a link there in the
00:45:53 – presentation if you need a poster to
00:45:55 – talk about shared language in your
00:45:57 – classroom on how to use it so the lids
00:45:58 – up lids down poster is there it's great
00:46:03 – to post because then I can start using
00:46:05 – language that's similar so that way when
00:46:06 – I want kids use their devices all say
00:46:08 – lids up and then when I want them to put
00:46:10 – their devices I'll say lids down and
00:46:12 – then they know what that means if you
00:46:15 – need a few more slides on how to care
00:46:16 – for and feed your Chromebook I've got
00:46:18 – those here at the end of the
00:46:19 – presentation as well these are all
00:46:20 – common sense items about how to best
00:46:24 – take care of the Chromebook that's been
00:46:25 – checked out to you or you can also use
00:46:27 – these with your kids on their kind of
00:46:29 – tongue-in-cheek in terms of the content
00:46:32 – there so feel free to use those
00:46:34 – resources as needed again this
00:46:36 – presentation I have shared with you if
00:46:38 – you go to your Google Calendar and go to
00:46:42 – the event that i shared with you oops
00:46:45 – let me go back to it today oops there we
00:46:48 – are so 1376 Chromebook Academy if you
00:46:51 – click into that you will see that this
00:46:53 – presentation has been attached you have
00:46:55 – access to it feel free to make copies
00:46:56 – you can use it to present to your own
00:46:58 – students when you're introducing the
00:46:59 – Chromebook carts it's all there for you
00:47:02 – I'm also going to add another resource
00:47:04 – for you in the event i'm going to call
00:47:07 – this chromebook user agreement speaks to
00:47:13 – user agreement you sign so just so that
00:47:17 – way you have a copy of that as well I'm
00:47:20 – going to also add the 1376 up in our
00:47:27 – schedule so our next webinar we'll talk
00:47:29 – about that here in a moment I'll put
00:47:32 – that schedule here as well and hit save
00:47:33 – on that and only this event and go ahead
00:47:37 – and send the update to Olive one so
00:47:38 – everybody have access to those resources
00:47:40 – by clicking through this Chromebook
00:47:42 – Academy event I'm also after this video
00:47:45 – after we complete this webinar I'm also
00:47:48 – going to post a link to the live
00:47:50 – recording of this for those that missed
00:47:52 – it alright so let's we're kind of
00:47:55 – wrapping it up it's 344 I like to kind
00:47:58 – of went quick but we're going to go
00:48:00 – ahead and take a look at the webinar
00:48:02 – schedule so today was March 22nd the
00:48:06 – live stream webinar was on Chromebooks
00:48:09 – in the classroom and navigating canvas
00:48:10 – we've covered both of those topics unit
00:48:13 – 1 will be done completely online there's
00:48:15 – no online webinar resource for that
00:48:18 – again the webinars are optional but for
00:48:20 – some people they find them handy unit 2
00:48:22 – is also going to be an online-only I'm
00:48:24 – not doing a webinar for that resource
00:48:26 – because i feel like the contents pretty
00:48:28 – straightforward you can learn it there
00:48:29 – our next webinar unit 3 have a mostly
00:48:32 – paperless classroom is on Wednesday
00:48:35 – March 29th from three to four p.m. i
00:48:38 – will update the link here once i have
00:48:41 – that ready for you i mean you can come
00:48:43 – and join here i'll also be updating the
00:48:45 – calendar link unit for will be on
00:48:48 – Wednesday April nineteenth unit 5 on the
00:48:52 – twenty-sixth and unit 6 on May tenth
00:48:55 – unit 7 may 24 unit 8 on the thirty-first
00:49:00 – and so on and so forth so I've attached
00:49:04 – a link to this document in our calendar
00:49:06 – event and those will be updated you can
00:49:09 – always using those links so if you miss
00:49:11 – the first webinar you'll be able to
00:49:13 – click that link that's in there and so
00:49:15 – you'll be able to access the recording
00:49:17 – of the webinar so you can always come
00:49:19 – back to it later or if you miss it
00:49:22 – because you've got another conflict you
00:49:23 – can always come back to it when the time
00:49:24 – is more convenient for you
00:49:27 – with that we are at the end of our time
00:49:32 – in our hour I don't see any questions
00:49:34 – but I'm a pause for just a moment thank
00:49:37 – you so much for being a part of this
00:49:38 – first live webinar if you have any
00:49:41 – questions feel free to throw those out
00:49:43 – there in the live chat but if not feel
00:49:45 – free to sign off and I will see you next
00:49:48 – week on Wednesday 3pm for our next live
00:49:52 – webinar
00:50:15 – alright well thank you so much Reese I
00:50:18 – really appreciate you being joining us
00:50:20 – for this webinar today thank you thank
00:50:22 – you thank you feel free to share with
00:50:24 – your friends at the high school if this
00:50:26 – was helpful for you I know that many
00:50:28 – people are still kind of not sure what
00:50:30 – this is all about so please you know
00:50:32 – share the word that we're doing these
00:50:34 – things we're trying to make it easier
00:50:35 – and more accessible for you to get the
00:50:38 – content you need in a timely fashion
00:50:40 – without having to drive all over town to
00:50:42 – do it one last thing again bookmark the
00:50:45 – address Monroe in structure calm that is
00:50:49 – the web address for go back to the
00:50:50 – canvas content and I look forward to
00:50:53 – seeing you all next week take care have
00:50:56 – a good day


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