Ed Tech Tips with E. Mosier
Make your classroom more E-fficient!
Going Incognito in Google Chrome
How do I open an Incognito Window?
A few weeks ago, I observed several students giving a presentation in a classroom. However, after each one, they had to make sure they logged out of their Drive, closed out of the window, and then went to "Add Another Account" to continue on with the presentations. However, an Incognito Window would be an excellent solution for this process. All the students would have to do in this case is to log out and then let the next student or group log in.
Often times teachers create websites and Google Forms to be shown to parents. Or, they simply create a Google Slides presentation and Publish it to the Web. But, all too often, we create it and go preview it a few times, but never really view it from the opposite side. An Incognito Window can assist with this. Having a secure browser to view these on would guarantee a professional looking publication on the web each time.