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Explain Everything on Chromebooks for Students

August 15, 2015

You can now use Explain Everything on Chromebooks in your classroom! One of my favorite mobile apps to share with tablet teachers is Explain Everything.  This powerful screencasting tool lets students record their thinking using audio, drawing and a variety of features.

Explain Everything on ChromebooksWhen I present to teachers on digital storytelling, apps for content area instruction, and must-have tools for the math classroom, Explain Everything is always a favorite.  It is a dynamic choice for students and teachers and truly puts the task before the app.

Explain Everything on Chromebooks

Explain Everything is now available for Chromebooks and teachers and students can try it for free!  This is terrific option for schools that have chosen Chromebooks as their one-to-one device.  Explain Everything is also a great choice for Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) schools since it is now available on all major platforms.

Students can use this tool to capture their thinking in any subject area. One thing I love about this tool is how easy it is for students to use. I always love sharing examples of this tool in action.

Learn more about Explain Everything on Chromebooks by visiting their website or check out the iPad app in the Apple App Store!

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Dr. Monica Burns is a former classroom teacher, Author, Speaker, and Curriculum & EdTech Consultant. Visit her site ClassTechTips.com for more ideas on how to become a tech-savvy teacher.

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