Say goodbye to the days of collecting data with complex programs. Use Google Forms to easily collect a variety of data and get organized!
1. Create a Rubric
Use the Scale or Grid questions to create a rubric for grading a project or assignment. Simply fill out one form for each student and all of your data will be stored in one place. Bonus! Use the autoCrat add-on to send students a copy of the rubric with your feedback.
2. Create Personalized Learning Activities
Forms can be organized by “sections”, which allow you to you jump to a different section based on the answer selected. For example, if a student gets a question wrong, it can automatically take them to a video or resource to reteach the concept.
3. Collect Assignments
If your students are creating a project on the web, create a form where they can submit the URL of their project. The data sheets can be sorted later by person, type of resource, etc.
4. Reflection or Exit Slips
Encourage reflection or create a generic exit slip that students fill out at the end of a lesson or project.
Create quizzes or tests for your student and use the Flubaroo add-on to automatically grade the assessment.
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About The Instructor
Jennifer Bloomingdale graduated from the College of St. Rose in 2006 with a Bachelors in Childhood Education. In 2011 she completed her Masters in Educational Technology and became a New York State certified Educational Technology Specialist. Jennifer has four years of elementary teaching experience, which includes implementing a 1:1 netbook initiative. It was through her teaching experience and masters program that Jennifer developed a passion for integrating technology and assisting others in doing so. She has been an eCourse facilitator at Powerful Learning Practice for three years and also a Google Educator certified in both Google Apps and Chromebook.
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