50 things you can do with Chromebooks and Google Workspace
This resource has been updated with all the latest advice, hints and tips in May 2021.
50 different ways that a teacher or pupil can use a Chromebook and Google Workspace in their classroom.
Each of the ideas includes suggestions of use, concentrating on using the core Google Workspace apps for creative and varied learning opportunities.
The range of ideas featured includes:
- recording a video
- voice typing in Google Docs
- recording and publishing a podcast
- making revision cards
- carrying out a survey
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