Providing Feedback

Happy Friday!

One of the things that I love most about technology in the classroom is the opportunity to give and receive real time feedback. When we think about the SAMR scale (which make us think HOW we are using the technology in our classroom are we using it for Substiutiton, Augmentation, Modification,  or Redefinition) we should be thinking about how we can use our Technology to create new tasks due to the technology.  Giving and receiving Feedback could be excellent way to move us past substitution. Here are a 4 examples of some of my favorite ways to give instant feedback


1.  Google Classroom - There are many ways to leave Feedback with Google Clasroom.  If you have comments turned on students can leave feedback on posted assignments. There are also new ways to quickly give students feed back. Here is a short 90 second video from Google EDU that talks about how to use the new features in Classroom to quickly leave feedback.




2.  Google quiz features -   Google quiz is a GREAT tool for formative assessments. What is so great about Google Quiz/Form is that you can quickly see a summary of responses that AND charts and  graphs the answers for you. This could be a great way to create a ticket out the door to check for understanding and a good way to alter instruction if needed. The teacher in the below video uses a method called "100%" Quiz using Google Forms. Seems pretty interesting



4. Voice notes with Google Read and Write is one of my favorite ways to provide authentic feedback.  With Voice notes instead of typing notes on a google document teachers and students can speak write into the document.  Your students will be able to hear your authentic feedback and speak with their voice in responding or giving their own feedback.



Please let me know if you have any questions!

Take Care,
Clint



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