Making It Legit: Instant Student Feedback Using Google Script


EPSON scanner imageCue Movie Voice-Over Guy: Imagine a world where student work can be graded and immediately sent to their email in-box.  In the future, students will have feedback on everything from presentations to Socratic discussions to “exit slips” waiting for them instantaneously.  That future is here!

It is a fairly easy endeavor to set up a Google Form to act as a rubric.  Now, if you follow the steps in the video below, you can add a further functionality to that rubric.  The second that student presentation is done, for example, and you tap the submit button… they have their evaluation waiting for them in their inbox.  The same can be done so parents receive these evaluations as well.

If it looks too tricky for you (and it’s really not) call me in and I will help you set up the form 🙂

 

 

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About Thrasymachus

2013 Northwest ISD teacher of the year, Humanities Texas 2012 Outstanding Teacher of the Year Award, and 2011 Outstanding Educator of North Texas Award (North Central Texas College). I'm currently a Regional Digital Learning Consultant with the Education Service Center Region 11 in Ft. Worth, Texas and a college government educator who incorporates philosophy, technology & humor. A student through and through, I walk with my students in their learning. Most importantly, I'm blessed with the 3 most perfect kids eva! I love on them ery day!!!
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