Category: Feedback

 

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I loveĀ G Suite tools! They have been a game changer in my teaching career, and I wish I had access to these from my first year! Besides that, they just keep getting better!

Google Slides is one of my favorite G Suite tools, but Google Forms is close behind. When you first think aboutGoogle Forms, you are most likely thinking about conducting a survey to get opinions. While you can certainly use it to collect this data, the real power behind Google Forms is how you utilize your data and make technology work for you! Check out some ideas on how you can make Google Forms work for you!

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In my most recent post, I shared different ways to give feedback in Google Docs using comments, automatic substitution, Kaizena, Google Keep, and screencasting. There is one extension that I had heard of but did not include it into that post. The last time that I had used the extension CheckMark, it had a default list of comments that could not be customized. However, the developer listened to user feedback and updated the extension so that users could add more comment labels and descriptions. This makes it an amazing tool to use to give feedback, and my recommendation would be…

Feedback G Suite

Teaching writing can certainly take its toll on a teacher. When you sit down to grade that stack of essays, it can seem like you are torturing yourself! Hopefully buried within that stack are gems of pure joy where you can say, “Yes! This is amazing!” However, we all know that it takes time to get there. Giving students feedback on their written work is an important aspect of helping them grow as writers. However, the traditional method has been: students turn in the written draft, you write all over it making marks that the student doesn’t understand and hoping…

Feedback G Suite