Google form for T&L

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Google form for T&L

  1. 1. Concurrent Workshop GoogleForms
  2. 2. Workshop ObjectivesAt the end of this session, participants should be able to: Appreciate the technological affordances of GoogleForms Create an online form for assessment or survey purposes Embed the online form within a webpage Email the online form to relevant respondents Obtain summarised data from responses
  3. 3. AffordancesAffordance refers to the way a technology or softwarecan be used and what it allows the user to do or not to do.All technologies have different affordances arising fromtheir internal structure and functionalities.Being aware of the affordances of each technological toolallows educators to select appropriate ones for T&L.Extracted from:http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2822651/
  4. 4. AffordancesBlog Functional Affordances: - a website by one (or more) authors with entries made in reverse-chronological order Instructional Affordances: - blogs can foster reflective learning and critical thinking by allowing students to make the changes in their thinking visible
  5. 5. AffordancesWiki Functional Affordances: - a website authored by a community, highly interlinked and searchable, easy to contribute to Instructional Affordances: - a class may use a wiki as a collaboratively created repository for the knowledge students are learning
  6. 6. AffordancesGoogleForms Functional Affordances: - a data-collection tool that enables collation and summary of participants’ responses Instructional Affordances: - a teacher may use GoogleForms for AfL, self-grading quizzes, perception surveys, real-time feedback - students may use GoogleForms to share opinions, assess their peers
  7. 7. Hands-ON!Creating a FormEmbedding/Emailing the FormSummarising DataSelf-Grading Quizzes=if(answercell=$answercell$answercell,100,0)=average(F3:J3)

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