Student Perspective is Huge

It’s extremely important for to learning and demonstration purposes to display instruction through student perspective. A lot can be lost in translation when we teachers project from our view, however students (most of the time) have a more recipient view. A great way is having student leaders project their device to provide the rest of the class a student perspective for navigation and instruction purposes. 

Here are a few easy steps to mirror your Chromebook when projecting.

  1. Plug in the HDMI adapter into your Chromebook.
  2. Click the Status Area (bottom right) and choose Extending screen
  3. In options, change Extended Desktop to Mirrored
  4. Press Done

mirror

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