Low cost, easy management of Chromebooks, has achieved good results in the K-12 education market, but Google hopes to hopes to further enhance the functionality of its teaching tools. Today, the company announced a new tool, and extends the functionality of existing tools. First to introduce a Cast for Education, as the name implies, it allows students and teachers to share / projection screen their content. Teachers need to first set up their computers to Cast a destination, and then one by one by the students of the projection request.
Cast for Education exclusively for complex wireless network environments, audio and video for sharing information. Its current Chrome app (Chrome OS version) is still in the beta stage, but also free to support Mac and Windows platforms.
Secondly, Google expanded Forms (Forms) applications directly test functions are integrated into it, claiming its Forms is one of the most popular teachers feedback tool. Google Forms The quiz feature allows teachers to issue automatic division multiple options and checkboxes, and give real-time feedback error.
Today announced that the third point and Virtual Reality Exploration (Expeditions Tours) related to its trial operation started last year, but Google has been open to all Android devices (and soon will support iOS devices) today.
Expedition able to wear a Cardboard multiplayer linked, providing the same VR experience for them, now we have more than 200 projects experience.
Android apps are coming to Chromebooks
Finally, Google Apps allows schools to purchase Creative easier, including Explain Everything, Soundtrap, WeVideo.
Google says its goal is to bring the best technology educators. Today's announcement content, but it has been a hard proof.