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Promote Student Learning with Formative Assessment Using Google Forms and Sheets

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Promote Student Learning with Formative Assessment Using Google Forms and Sheets 

 

Presenter: Doris Cheung

Organization:University of Colorado Boulder

Role: Academic Technology Consultant

Track: Demonstration

Topic: Enhancing Teaching and Learning with Technology

Level: For Mere Mortals

 

Abstract:Midterms and finals are two ways to assess learning, but if your students aren’t on the right track, you--and they, may only find out by way of a grade--when it’s too late to do anything about it. In this session, we’ll discuss ways to give and receive feedback to make teaching more effective and learning more meaningful so you and your students can experience success and satisfaction and fewer surprises with their learning experience.

 

Bio:Doris Cheung is an Academic Technology Consultants at the University of Colorado Boulder, most recently working with faculty in the Law School. She enjoys working alongside instructors to find innovative ways to use technology to achieve their teaching and research goals and is particularly interested in technology tools that can help instructors facilitate collaborative learning, provide feedback on student learning, and implement comprehensive assessment activities with the goal of improving student success and satisfaction.

 

Description:Do you ever wonder if you’re connecting with your students? If you’re making a difference? How can you get a sense of whether your teaching is effective and what you could do to refocus or redirect your efforts? What if you could easily give and receive feedback so your students are more successful and satisfied with their learning experience?

With formative assessment, you and your students can find out how to make improvements to one’s teaching and learning strategies while there's still time to do so. Peer-to-peer student feedback, faculty-to-student feedback, and mid-course surveys are three great approaches, and all can be accomplished using Google Forms and Sheets.

In this session, learn how to create Google Forms to facilitate peer feedback among students, provide feedback to your students, and solicit feedback from your students. We will also look at the corresponding Google Sheets that aggregate those comments and can reveal opportunities that can make a world of difference for you and your students.

 

 

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