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Using Google Forms for Peer Evaluation

February 22, 2014

Primarily Technology

ImageWe are lucky in our school board to have Google Apps for Education for both staff and students, and I have been very enthusiastic about using the apps for a variety of tasks.  Recently in my AQ course, we were presented with the task of looking at curriculum from a TPACK perspective.  We were given one cue card with some content we had to teach, one with a teaching style or pedagogy, and one with a technology tool.  Our cards said: DRAMA (content), DESCRIPTIVE FEEDBACK (pedagogy), and GOOGLE FORMS (technology).

“Impossible!”  We all said (I was working in a group of 3).  And then we started thinking about it.  We were all familiar with the way our students give descriptive feedback to their peers on a regular basis: the 2 stars and a wish model.  Essentially, the students raise their hands after watching a performance, and give feedback that is…

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