Chrome Extensions for Differentitation

One of my favorite things about Chrome is chrome extensions. They are just so versatile and handy and solve so many problems. However, do you teach your students how to use them? Do you use them in your classroom to differentiate?

Luckily for you, I’m presenting at an EdTech Team Google Summit this January in Minnesota and I’ve just made my slide deck explaining all my fav chrome extensions for differentiation. There’s actually still spaces left to register and attend! (Also, these are amazing summits. I’ve learned so much at them. Plus, they’re on the weekend so you don’t have to beg for $ to get a sub to cover for you.)

You can get the presentation here. Just go ahead and make a copy. Tweet away! Mention me or DocentEDU and we’ll be sure to fav and retweet.

There are some great, well-known extensions in here as well as some ones that may be new to you. Let me know in the comments if you have any questions.


Author: karinhogen

I teach middle school language arts and run an Edtech company, DocentEDU, on the side. Every day is an adventure in my classroom with technology!

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