The Second Year for One-to-One Chromebooks

Nico Arboit

Nico Arboit

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Chromebooks have been a part of our campus over a year now. With both the 6th and 7th grade classes having their own devices. Sydney Stern (Gr. 7) feels there are many advantages, “It’s affected my education by helping me stay organized more and getting to stuff faster so I can get through homework faster.” And so does Sophie Hersh (Gr.6)  “I like having my own chromebook cause it makes my backpack lighter. And she can access stuff easier” However, Sydney also noted there are definitely drawbacks to be overcome. “It’s heavy in your backpack and sometimes slow with internet.” And for some 8th graders, like Peter Knorr, there is a little frustration. “It stinks that we don’t have it because they are really helpful and really handy, and really nice to have.” All in all, we are definitely going through some growing pains with the new technology, but most feel it will be worth it in the end.

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The Second Year for One-to-One Chromebooks