Chromebooks have taken the education world by storm over the last few years. They’re affordable, easily portable, and give our students access to the world. In a short time they’ve become, in my opinion, the biggest no-brainer in education. So, what does this mean for our students? What can students actually do on a Chromebook?
Kyle Pace, an Instructional Technology Specialist, has worked with K-12 teachers in his current school district to provide instructional technology professional development since 2004 with prior experience teaching in the elementary classroom. Kyle holds a Master of Arts degree in Education with an emphasis in Educational Technology. Kyle champions to support teaching and learning with meaningful technology integration using a multitude of technologies.
Kyle is a keynote speaker and presenter at education conferences and individual school districts around North America. Kyle has also organized all six annual EdcampKC “unconferences” since 2010. As part of his ongoing commitment to professional growth, Kyle became a Google for Education Innovator in 2011. In 2013, Kyle was named as one of Education Week’s “Leaders to Learn From” and joined the other honorees in Washington, D.C. to receive recognition from Secretary of Education, Arne Duncan. The same year Kyle was also recognized nationally as an ASCD “Emerging Leader”.
Kyle has a strong passion for sharing with teachers, administrators, students, and parents about the impact that educational technology can have on student learning. Find Kyle on Twitter as @kylepace and his blog, “Learning is Leading”, can be found at kylepace.com.