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iPad Users and Potential iPad users:

Google Drive for iPad by richardbyrne







Before you do anything else, RIGHT NOW, I want you to dig around this teachers, classroom website. :
https://sites.google.com/a/howard-winn.k12.ia.us/mrs-knobloch---english/

Brenda Knobloch

@bkknobloch

Writing teacher in 1-1 iPad junior high. Interested in making global classroom connections through #**Skype**, #**Twitter**, & #**Kidblog** Lifelong learner #**iaedchat** #**pbl**




CKV Assignment by Cyndi Danner-Kuhn



Google Forms, Let's make one!

Login to your Google Drive Account.
On the left find the red CREATE button
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Then find FORM in the drop down list.
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It should open to a few templates, pick one to begin and you can always change it later. there are actually over 90 templates to select from. The window is now where you will add your instructions and questions. There is a drop down for a variety of question types.
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After you have created your questions, grab the embed code and add your survey to your website.
Click the send form Blue button, upper right hand corner, under your account name.

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A new window will open, that gives you a link to the online form and a button for the embed code

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Click the embed code button and copy the code, add your survey/form to your website.
The use the TEXT tab on your website to paste the EMBED code.

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Go back to your Google Drive to see the results, they will appear in a spreadsheet.
To edit your form, from the spreadsheet view, click on form and choose Edit form, or view summary to see a chart of the results, or go get the embed code.
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The Google Form Assignment:
  • Clearly you could use Google forms for all types of things in the classroom, quizzes, tests, survey's polls and more.
  • So, let's make a little survey to put on your website.
  • You have completed several of these in class already and do one every class with Attendance.
  • You should decide on a topic to survey your classmates.
  • Everyone make their own survey and add to their website.
  • We want to see what the results look like, your classmates will complete your survey from your website.
  • It can be about anything, but must contain at least 5 questions and at least 3 formats of questions.
  • The topic of your survey is totally your choice, it just needs to be appropriate for your Professional Education website. Survey Ideas: Texting & Driving, Attitudes toward Technology in Teaching or in the classroom, Favorite technologies OR TECHNOLOGY Tools, Favorite Website, Social Media in the schools, Recycling, the environment, Cell phones and driving in in Schools, College of Education, KSU, Politics, Teaching, Favorites, Top Tens, What's your opinion? Trivia, Facts, History facts/trivia, etc. The topics are unlimited.
  • TITLE: Google Forms: and add the title of your survey

Peer Critique Week 10, you must be in class to participate.
1. Draw a name from the bucket
2. Find the name on our Google Form Spreadsheet, you will find the link to their site.
CLICK HERE to access the Website URL's

https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/ccc?key=0Aon0hzlfRmUhdDZfNkxuUFRsNkFwZ2gyNVlpWF9KaWc&usp=sharing

3. Complete the critique sheet, return to the owner.
4. Make sure you make comments and....
  • Do all posts tags and categories
  • Check the links and make sure they work
  • Does every post have at least one image and includes links to what is being discussed
  • Does the podcast play
  • Do multimedia projects play and work
  • Are the reflections well written and interesting
  • is the writing free of grammatical errors misspellings, punctuations, etc.
  • Is it clear which Pinterest board are educations resources, how many pins
  • Is the about me page interesting and well done, does the Thinglink work?
  • Be specific in your comments for improvement
  • EDMODO I have the list called up on the computer on the mobile, check there for your person.
5. When you get your critique sheet back, look it over, make a list of what you need to fix and then turn the critique sheet into CDK. This is Week 10, only 4 more weeks after this one.
6. Everything must be complete on your Website by Week 14. We will do one last Peer Critique in class Week 14.If everything from the critique sheet is complete, you will have earned yourself an A in DED 318.
7. Week 15, is technically our "official" final. We will NOT have a test, but we will do an in class activity that will be added to your website before you leave the room. When you leave the room Week 15, your will be done with DED 318 and more or less know your grade, which very likely will be an A. WE DO NOT MEET DURING FINALS WEEK.
8. DO NOT leave the room with your critique sheet. If you have a ton of things to fix (I hope that is not the case), you could run down to the copy center on the ground floor and make a copy of the critique sheet. (they charge for copies)

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What we did Week 10 and things to complete for Week 11
  1. Add your Week 10 Reflection from the blog list on Week 1.
  2. Continue working on your Celebrate Kansas Voices project, must be on your website by Week 14
  3. Add your Google Form to your website
  4. Complete the Peer Critique for a classmate
  5. Make your list from the critique sheet of what your need to fix
  6. Hand in your critique sheet to CDK before leaving the room