Friday, August 21, 2015

#MTBoSBlaugust 21: Setting up ABOUT in Google Classroom!

Last night I worked on three Google Forms that will be standard tools posted in the "About" Stream in Google Classroom.

At the top of the list is the "Start Here: Daily Warm-UP" Form.  The form asks basic information, name, ID, email address and then has 5 blank questions.  The actual questions will be projected in the classroom each day.  This generic form will be used everyday - no matter what questions I project.  This way I have all of a student's participation in warm-ups in one spreadsheet.

The next form is a unit reflection to be completed after each unit test.  I am excited about this one because it will help students and me to capture study habits all throughout the year.  Instead of waiting until the end of the year for feedback, students can give feedback on this form.

That's difficult to read ... here is a pdf of the questions I asked.

The last entry on the "About" page is a self-reflection, self-graded rubric for blog posts.  Students blog twice a six weeks.  They will evaluate one blog post each six weeks based on a rubric and enter their scores in the Google Form.

These three forms will be standard tools, one used daily, one used 2 - 3 times a six weeks, and one used once per six weeks.

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