tag:blogger.com,1999:blog-100493291113167056.post9128587905544639764..comments2015-05-09T04:56:10.657-07:00Comments on Teaching like it's 2999: Ecstatic about Extensions Jennie Magieranoreply@blogger.comBlogger4125tag:blogger.com,1999:blog-100493291113167056.post-43826728053659949262013-06-11T10:43:43.870-07:002013-06-11T10:43:43.870-07:00I haven&#39;t had a bad experience with Chrome yet...I haven&#39;t had a bad experience with Chrome yet (fingers crossed), so hopefully that luck continues! I haven&#39;t had any experience with extensions, but I really liked the Announcify and Webpage screenshot! There is a lot I could do with those two extensions in my fourth grade classroom! We do a lot of research projects and Announcify would really help my readers who struggle. I really liked how it blurred out portions of the text that didn&#39;t pertain to the reader. Webpage Screenshot was another extension that could be used in my classroom. It would something interesting and fun to incorporate into our Reading Curriculum. We have several nonfiction stories that the kids could use to create their own news article. I usually have the kids work on docs a lot and I have links they use that relate to the story we are Reading. This would be a great resource to then extend the Newspaper project using Webpage Screenshot. I am excited to see how it works! I agree that there was some great information available on this blog! If you have used any of the extensions in a classroom or for personal use, could you possibly share what worked or what didn&#39;t work?<br /><br />jennmanninghttp://www.blogger.com/profile/07868961031590457657noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-100493291113167056.post-47122464201400353662013-06-10T20:49:56.002-07:002013-06-10T20:49:56.002-07:00This is good information. I&#39;m not familiar wit...This is good information. I&#39;m not familiar with extensions, so it was useful to browse the Website and see what all was out there. I did find out that KeyRocket is not available for Macs yet, and that was one that I thought I might like to try.Kathy Liebenguthhttp://www.blogger.com/profile/11758128916759765471noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-100493291113167056.post-47933183549845197972013-05-08T06:12:59.818-07:002013-05-08T06:12:59.818-07:00Thank you for this information. I have a bit of a...Thank you for this information. I have a bit of a love/dislike relationship with Chrome so perhaps using extensions will make me feel more love!Carrie Kammhttp://www.blogger.com/profile/04385765145270300913noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-100493291113167056.post-26682220647638322822013-05-05T15:56:33.295-07:002013-05-05T15:56:33.295-07:00They also have killer apps to take annoying facebo...They also have killer apps to take annoying facebook items off of facebook for you viewing enjoyment. Just type in Annoying Facebook and search their extensions.Melanie Miday-Sternhttp://www.blogger.com/profile/01066635258362116624noreply@blogger.com