Anything that can be done in a Chrome browser can be done on a Chromebook.
Using a Chromecast you can project your screen using an HDMI port on your tv or projector. Older projectors may need an adapter.
Allanah King's Thoughts on BYoD
Enabling elearning BYoD page
Microsoft BYoD notes
Alberta Education Dept BYoD Guidelines
BYOT Network site
Resources and Examples from Wairakei School
Mt. Pleasant School BYoD site - lots of resources, policies, readings etc,
Consulting with your Community
BYOD min Specs info for Parents
Warren Hall's Blogpost - Tablets vs Laptops
Google Slides is probably the easiest to use on a Chromebook but if you are wanting something different have a look at my Web resources For Inquiry site for lots of ideas for presenting information using the web or add-ons.
Pear Deck tutorial video Pt 1
Pear Deck tutorial video Pt 2
Powtoon - works in a similar way to Slides but with graphics, images & animations available to use. Powtoon Tutorials
Biteable - has customisable animated slide templates to use and creates a video of the presentation.
End of Life
Chromebooks have a time limit on when they will be supported. Check the link to see the details for individual models
Apps, extensions and Sites
Padlet - Collaboratively add text, images, sound or video to virtual post-it notes
Dotstorm - Collaboratively add idea and images to virtual post-it notes and participants can vote on the ideas and then ideas can be ranked.
Linoit - Collaboratively add text, images or video to virtual post-it notes
Answer Garden - For short answers (max. 20 or 40 characters) Responses collate into a word cloud.
This page has links to various generators that will work on a Chromebook plus some ideas for using them.