Acer Chromebook Tab 10, the first Chrome OS tablet designed specifically for education, is conceived to further enhance and improve the learning process of young students in classes k-12.
Ormiston Primary School, in Scotland, is among the first schools involved to adopt the Chromebook Tab 10 and test it with its teachers and students. As expected, feedback from educators and IT staff had been very positive, since the main benefits of this Acer tablet were deeply confirmed once they had it in their hands.
Ormiston Primary School’s teachers appreciated the shareability above all, founding it very easy to switch between different Chrome devices: this increased the confidence level of teachers with this new device, as the devices’ management resulted to be simple and quick.
The excitement of Ormiston Digital Ninjas about the Acer Chromebook Tab 10
If possible, pupils loved Acer Chromebook Tab 10 even more. We asked Daniel, Jack, Sasha and Saiphin – 4 Digital Ninjas from Ormiston Primary School – their thoughts after the first usage of Acer Chromebook Tab 10, and they were absolutely exciting!
One of the most favourite features from these students is the possibility to capture photos and videos with the Acer Chromebook Tab 10, because this feature allows them to better work together on common projects, exchanging and sharing documents and materials in an easier way.
Furthermore, also the Active Stylus Pen was really appreciated from these young students: Sasha and Daniel found it a very useful addition, while Saiphin said “I use Stylus to do pretty anything on the tablet, even handwriting”, and also affirmed that handwriting with Stylus is quite identical to do it with a pen on a paper.
The fourth Digital Ninja interviewed, Jack, showed even more glee talking about its experience with Acer Chromebook Tab 10: “I’m dyslexic and typing is very hard for me: but, with the Stylus, I can finally write docs in a correct way”. Also Jack said that this tablet makes easier for people to work together, because “we can both typing at the same time”.