Cast for Education allows you to turn your computer into a wireless projector for screen sharing from another device. The Google Cast for Education is already installed in the Google Chrome browser on all KPS devices.
A short video overview from Google:
Setup your teacher station to receive other screens
Look for the icon with the rest of your installed Chrome extension in the top right of your browser.
Setup the app to receive casts
Enter a Receiver name for your teacher station that will be used to display the other screens, typically your name.
Keep both boxes checked and click save.
Setup permission to cast to your receiver. You do not need to set permissions if you are casting from your Chromebook to your PC.
Click the blue Share button
Add people that can cast to your receiver:
Choose from a list of your Google Classroom classes to allow students to cast
Enter emails of other teachers
Can present to allow automatic sharing without asking permission
Teachers can present, Students can request to allow students to request with the teacher accepting or denying the sharing (best option)
Click Save when done
How to Cast to the receiver from your Chromebook to your Desktop
Log in to chrome
Click on the 3 dots in the upper right corner or the 3 lines
Choose Cast from the list of options
Click the downward facing triangle next to “Cast to” so you can set your source to share
Choose the receiver to share your screen with Cast Tab - shares only the tab window
Cast Desktop - shares your entire display
Casting your Tab
Pop up window shows casting
Blue box in right corner of tab shows which tab is being cast
T stop casting click Stop
Casting your Desktop
Choose Cast Desktop
Popup window forces you to select Entire Screen then Share
Notification appears at bottom of Screen as you are casting.