The Top 50 Chrome Extensions for the Classroom
Plus 25 Bonus Extensions Just for Fun!
By Christopher Craft, Ph.D
Spend more time working with students and less time dealing with mundane tasks.
If you’ve ever wished there were a way to add more minutes to the day, Chrome Extensions just may be the answer. In The Top 50 Chrome Extensions for the Classroom by Chris Craft, PhD, you’ll learn time-saving tips and efficiency tricks that will help reduce the amount of time spent in lesson preparation and administrative tasks—so you can spend more time with students.
Each tool highlighted in this book correlates to one of the 4 Cs of modern education—communication, creativity, collaboration, critical thinking—so you can be sure you’re making the best use of your time and efforts. From extensions that keep students safe to those that cut down on repetitive tasks, you’ll find the tools you need to make tech integration simple and fun. Try one, or try them all and discover just how productive you can be!
+Bonus 25 Extensions just for fun!
About the Author
Christopher Craft, Ph.D
Dr. Christopher Craft is an award-winning educator and speaker based in South Carolina. As a classroom teacher, he has been recognized both locally and nationally for innovative teaching with technology. Most recently he was selected from among more than 1,000 teachers to be one of 20 to visit the White House and meet with U.S. Secretary of Education Arne Duncan and Dr. Jill Biden for a dialogue on the current state and future of education. Dr. Craft was also named to the National School Board Association’s “20 to Watch” list for 2013. He has a B.A. in Spanish, a M.Ed in Educational Technology, and a Ph.D. in Educational Psychology and Research from the University of South Carolina. Chris is a Google Certified Teacher, and a Google Education Trainer, and was recently accepted to be an Apple Distinguished Educator. Find out more about Chris at www.christophercraft.com or follow him on Twitter @crafty184
What People are Saying
This phenomenal book is packed with practical tips and tricks for teachers, administrators, and students. — Mari Venturino, teacher and blended learning specialist
Educators everywhere have been waiting for something like this; it’s something they can use in their classrooms today! — Natasha Rachell, EdS, digital learning specialist
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