Chromebooks Now Have A Suite of Creativity Apps

It’s no secret that I am a big supporter of iPads for student use in the classroom. A big reason is because of the creative output that the iPad enables. When I helped launch the one to one iPad program in the Encinitas Union School District in 2011, the emphasis was on student creation with the device. Programs such as iMovie, GarageBand and Explain Everything allow students to use the iPad as a mobile studio.

At the time (2011) Chromebooks were just emerging. My biggest criticism of the Chromebook was that it enabled acquisition learning, but it did not have good programs for creativity and application of learning. If you’ve ever tried to take a picture or draw on the screen using any type of laptop you know that it is not a natural function.

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