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Interactive learning- google classrooms with CHROMEBOOKS
What is interactive learning-google classroom with CHROMEBOOKS?
As a Teachers, we understand the importance of teaching basics reading, writing and math skills. However, if we only provide students with the basic knowledge, they will lack many of the knowledge and skills they need to be effective in the global world of the 21st century.Students need to develop life skills such as critical thinking, collaboration and creative work, in that way they can be better citizens, workers and leaders.
Google Classroom is a collaboration tool for teachers and students that allow you organize and optimize the experience in the classroom.
You can create a class, add students and create tasks or ads, also you can consult those who carried out the tasks, see who are still working and assign ratings to delivered works.
Students have their own chromebooks and they interact in a real way while the teacher is giving his classes through google classroom, also he's watching what the students are doing.This kind of tools allow you as a teacher improve your classes experience, it also increases critical thinking, communication and creativity. It also allows classrooms to look more like real-world environments and to better prepare students to enter an increasingly connected and globally competitive labor reality.