Tuesday, February 18, 2014

Explanation - What is a netbook and how is it used?


A netbook is a piece of learning technology, as well as an electronic device. It is a mini version of a laptop computer, which is also portable. We use it as it’s a very good learning tool.


Our netbooks are made with many parts. A few of them are the speakers, keyboards, battery, screen, buttons, keypad, and the USB port.

Who uses it? Many people do. For example, it is used by companies, Manaiakalani schools, teachers, students, and parents as well. For us, we use it from year 4-8.

Where can you find it? You can find in classrooms, at stores like Dick Smith, JB Hi Fi, and Harvey Norman. At our school the netbooks get put in locked cupboards when they’re not needed.

How do we use it? Here’s your answer. We use it to share work items, for art, email, planning, researching, typing, work sites like Studyladder, Maths Whizz, and Xtramath.

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