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Lessons from Chromebook Educators

Note: This blog entry originally published at TCEA's TechNotes blog. “Figure out which toys your friends can play with,” I remember my Mom saying to me before a sleepover with classmates. “And put the ones you don’t want to see damaged, lost, or stolen away.” It’s advice that I took to heart and shared with my own children before they had friends over. Here's some advice you may want to consider before deploying Chromebooks in schools.
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