Some ideas I came up with on how to use Google Forms in my practice are as a beginning of the year survey to parents at Back to School for availability of field trip chaperones, pre and post assessments and exit tickets for my students. Unfortunately because most of my students are not fluent readers until about February all forms would need to be completed whole group and not individually.
For my Touro action-research/capstone project I thought I could use Google Forms to ask students about their feelings when it comes to their learning when other students distract them. I could then take that information and examine it to make changes my teaching practice or in seating assignments or even help with class placements for the next year by not putting certain students together.
Currently I have not used Google Forms in my classroom but now that I see it's benefits I plan on exploring the document more.
6/27/2019 03:44:33 pm
I always thought it would be good for a parent survey because you can get a lot of information from it and it easy too use. Must be hard having the kids not being able to read yet. Maybe you could use picture instead of words but you would have to read the questions out loud maybe. I really like how you will incorporate it into your action research.
Lisa Marie Smith
6/27/2019 07:07:08 pm
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