Hands-on Chrome Tool Training

Presented by Accessible Learning Environments

Building a Chrome Toolbox to Support Struggling Learners

This session for educators, parents, and students will begin by exposing participants to the basics of the Chrome browser. Participants will then be introduced to several universal tools available within the Chrome browser that provide reading, writing, researching, and studying support for struggling students. Participants will get an opportunity to gain hands-on experience with each demonstrated tool and will join in discussions about how to implement them in the classroom. Finally, each participant will have the opportunity to add these tools directly into their own Chrome toolbox during the session so they are ready to use them when they walk out the door.

When: October 27, 9AM-4PM

Where: 317 E. Grand River Ave., Lansing, MI, 48906

Cost: Free

Maximum Participants: 20

For more information and to register, visit www.mits.cenmi.org/events

Questions? Contact Jim Stachowiak at jim.stachowiak@mitsweb.org or 517-252-4394

Accessible Learning Environments, encompassing Michigan's Integrated Technology Supports (MITS) and Michigan's Integrated Mathematics Initiative (Mi)^2, is an Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA) Grant Funded Initiative through the Michigan Department of Education, Office of Special Education