New updates have been added to Chromebooks, Google classroom; to improve education

by June 8, 2022 0 comments

Google has shared about introducing new updates to Chromebooks, Google Classroom, and Google Meet. It has been working long towards enhancing its Google for Education products to better understands how students and teachers use technology in the room.

In an effort to help educators amplify their efforts and, most importantly, help students pursue their personal potential, Google has brought these updates after working on them for a long.

“From sharing devices to 1:1, to teachers using Chromebooks alongside students, we are constantly evolving our features to meet the needs of the classroom. We’re adding new features like the Screencast app, built into Chrome OS in M103, where you can record, trim, share and view transcribed screencasts — and create a custom library of videos automatically saved in Google Drive. Cast moderator is a new mode coming to select devices with Google TV that enables both educators and students to wirelessly share their Chromebook screen to a class display using an access code so that only folks in the same classroom as the display are able to cast, ” company expressed their views over the product launch event.

New integrations and tools to improve teachers’ day-to-day tasks and help students grow their skills. Practice sets lean into adaptive learning by giving students instant feedback on their answers and real-time support if they get stuck — providing automated insights for teachers to identify potential gaps in students’ understanding.

Practice sets are now globally available in beta, and in English only, for Google Workspace for Education customers with the Education Plus or the Teaching and Learning Editions.

Further, the company said that they want to continue developing products and features that meet the needs of students and teachers today, and in the future.

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