Module 2 -Introduction to
Google Drive / FORMS
I am learning to collaborate with colleagues using online tools.
I am learning to use online tools for administrative and classroom purposes.
The resources below will help you to achieve the learning intentions:
Click on the relevant links below to access either instructional text and/or videos depending on your preferred style of learning.
To address skill 1 : click here
To address skill 2 : click here This page also provides support on how to add headers, images, videos and page breaks.
To address skill 3 : click here
To address skill 4 : Click here
To address skill 5 : click here
To address skill 6 : click here
Click on the Playlist drop down arrow and select the tutorial that will address your query. There are nine tutorials provided by Sam Rosenfeld.
Accessed from "Welcome to the Google Docs editors Help Center', April 2014.
Learn from Richard Byrne: in this article he looks at Guided Reading in Google Apps for Education - click here to see how he has combined Google Docs and Forms to gain rich information.
Kevin Brookhouser demonstrates how to create rubrics to support teachers marking essays: Double clip the movie to view in full screen.
Task 1: Attendance
Please add your name to the attendance sheet by clicking on the button below.
Task 2: Ideas for using forms
Skip through this presentation called "86 interesting ways to use Google Forms to support learning" - click here
Open Google Drive: drive.google.com and login.
Agree on a survey with the person next to you. Identify one person as the Starter and Collaborator.
The Starter begins to create the form, selects a theme and provides a Title. Then ADD your partner as a Collaborator (click under FILE).
Together create your survey providing a range of items / questions.
e.g.: Your name (required - text box)
Share your form with a person next to you and build your holiday (or other) survey together.
Task 4: Control
Change the order of items by dragging into different positions, and also try editing them.
Task 5: Send
Send the form to two people sitting near you. Note: you can send the form to anyone with an email address - they do not have to Google users.
Task 6: Collated results
Review the results in the Spreadsheet.
Look at the summary of results.
CEVN - ICON - School Stories
Go here to learn more about how GAFE is used in schools.
Also, Google.com/edu has training material on Google Forms - click here.