In this FTPL video, I show you how to access the responses from your GForms.
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In this flipped teacher professional learning video, I take a look at the basics of how to set up a new GForm.
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This flipped teacher professional learning video introduces Google Forms and looks at each of the question type options as well as some of the data validation features.
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A great article on Flipped Feedback by Joel Speranza. It makes so much sense, particularly for assessment tasks.
I’m going to try to keep this blog post short. I don’t want a bunch of words to get in the way of one of the most exciting things I have done with my teaching in the last 12 months.
For students, giving meaningful feedback has to be one of the most important things that we do. Feedback takes many forms, but often that feedback is given on drafts or on diagnostic exams.
The red pen (or green for the anti-redders) is splashed on the page as we attempt to give meaningful feedback in the written form. Take a look at this page for instance.
So, perhaps you can decipher from above that the circled thing shouldn’t be there, and the word “cash” should be there instead.
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“You have to stick out the toughness of the business and form relationships with the people in it.”
– Attributed to Rocco DiSpirito
It is only week three of term three, and already I feel like I have been battered from pillar to post. I am struggling to get into this term, and a few colleagues across a few different schools have made similar comments, so I know it is not just me. There have been a number of issues early this term which been high on the urgent and important scale, the building project in our scale continues to progress and cause anxiousness amongst many staff members about the changes, there is the ongoing stress of not being a permanent teacher, a number of units of work I am planning for future use, ideas and things that I want to try in my pedagogical practice, our semester two programs are due shortly, and to top it off, Mrs C21’s due date for our first child is only a few weeks away (25th August), but we have been told it is likely to come early given its size (Mrs C21 is terrified the baby will be size of my brother who was 10lb 9oz / 4.8kg).
I (rather foolishly, in hindsight), wrote late last year that I did not feel like I had had a proper first year out as a teacher, as I was in an RFF position. I should have kept my mouth closed. The conversations have already started about staffing for next year, as there is a huge shift going to occur in the school with the rebuild, a number of retirements this year bringing in different teachers, and a number of temporary teachers, including myself, who are going to be hoping for a new contract, some teachers going on maternity leave, and some permanent full-time teachers hoping to drop back to part-time. I do not envy our Principal his job, especially given that it looks like we are going to be on the threshold of crossing to having enough numbers for another staffing allocation.
I was away for the entirety of the first week of the mid-year holidays, acting as a referee coach and mentor, along with eleven others, to thirty-two teenagers at the Kanga Cup Youth Referee Academy, a part of my year that I look forward to, but which is incredibly draining mentally and physically. Week two of the holidays was essentially spent at school, planning with Mrs. W for the term. Of course, two weeks in, having been happy with what I had planned for my literacy sessions, I decided that it was not working the way i wanted it to, and have had to change it again.
Life is hectic at the moment. I am tired, frustrated, have too many things I want to and not enough time to do them in, am not sleeping, am eating chocolate like it is going out of fashion, and have not been able to get engaged with the term so far which is frustrating me a great deal. I have also not been able to get any writing done so far this term, and likely will not for a while.
Take care of yourself, especially in light of the 2015 Principal Health and Wellbeing Report which was published recently.
In this episode of Flipped Teacher Professional Learning, I show you two ways to upload files to your GDrive account from your device.
In this episode of Flipped Teacher Professional Learning, I show you how to use QR Codes to share web links (and some other resources) with others via a QR Code.