Split Screen On A Chromebook

Remote and hybrid teaching is challenging. It’s exhausting, and things never really go as planned.

One of the top tips that I can give to teachers, students, and parents right now is to split your screen for better efficiency.

On a Chromebook, you can drag a window into a corner to get it to take up that half of the screen. You can also hold the Alt key and press the [ key or the ] key to move the window from the left half to the right half of the screen. 

Watch the demo video to see both methods: