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Chromebook- Partial Screenshot

My standard rule in my class is to “take a screenshot and submit to Google Classroom.” This lets me know what the student was working on and if I need to provide any support I have screenshots I can use to give advice or go over it with a student. Students can add up to 20 attachments to a Google Classroom assignment. If they need more than that they can add the screenshots to a Google Slides.

Control Shift Windows Switcher Key

Control Shift Windows Switcher Key

Download this image to add to your Google Classroom Assignment

Control Windows Switcher key takes a full screenshot. The addition of holding down shift on the Chromebook takes a partial screenshot.

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Saves to Chromebook

The screenshots save to the Chromebook Downloads folder. Students can locate them by going to the circle in the bottom left corner and searching for “Files.” A folder icon for the Files will result. I recommend pinning the Files to the Chrome shelf.

It is possible to change the Chromebook to automatically save the screenshots to Google Drive. I recommend this since education accounts have unlimited storage in Google Drive.

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