2015 February Workshop

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This is another option for an Overview slides using transitions.

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Imagine networking time within our workshops. What would it look like to you?

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Imagine networking time within our workshops. What would it look like to you?

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Imagine networking time within our workshops. What would it look like to you?

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Imagine networking time within our workshops. What would it look like to you?

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We will be using Rubicon Atlas. Each person is going to select our Technology Standards for one grade level. Please make a selection for your first, second, and third choice of grade level.

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Google Drive and Google forms is appropriate for teachers and for students who want to collect data.

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The basic pattern is to create the form, give a link to people so they can complete your survey, and analyze your data.

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When you go to drive.google.com you will either get a sign in page or a selection page. You can Add account or Remove if you have a selection page with choices you no longer want.

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There is a newer and older version of Drive. You will either see “Shared with Me” or “Incoming”. You can switch to the new Drive by choosing the gear. You can easily switch back.

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To create a form in the old Google Drive click Create then Form. In the new Google Drive click New then hover over More then slide to the right to select Google Forms.

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If you are in Google Apps for Education you will have two additional options in the form settings. I usually turn off the top check mark.

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I like to call the form by the year, month, and title so I can more easily decide what I want to open. I am going to call this 2015 February Bergen Test and the description can be as long or as short as you want it. I will use a description of “This form will provide me with feedback about your experience in what has been brought back from the Technology Workshops at the Archdiocese of Newark.”

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The first question will be multiple choice. Did you learn about a new website, app, or idea this year from your school technology integration specialist? Help text could be “The designated technology integration specialist for the 2014-2015 school year is …”. Change option 1 to Yes, click in to the next option box and type No, you can Add “Other” if you want them to have fill-in-the-blank option. Put a check in Required question and choose Done. The words Yes, No, and extra responses will appear in a spreadsheet. Multiple choice allows only one choice.

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I usually use Text for short answer, Paragraph text for long answer, multiple choice for one selection, and Checkboxes for multiple choices.

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Question Title: “What is the best way for me to share new ideas and resources with you?” Help Text: “I have sent emails, offered after school workshops, spoken to people in passing, demonstrated with students, you can add ideas that I have not tried.” Make it a required question.

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Question Title: “What idea has been most useful in the area of formative assessment with your students?” Help Text: “Formative assessment provides you and your students with feedback during learning.” Make it a required question. The choices can be Plickers, Socrative, Kahoot, TodaysMeet, Nothing and Add Other. Make it a required question.

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Question Title: “Your name” Help Text: “Please type your first and last name.” Make it a required question.

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The pencil allows you to edit a question. The Pages duplicates a question. The trash can deletes a question.

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You have options to View live form to see what it will look like before sending it. There are themes you can flip through and you can see the responses in spreadsheet form. We have none yet.

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You can change the words from “Your response has been recorded” to any other words. I don’t usually show the link to submit another response, but I do allow responses to be edited. You might want to choose to have everyone read all the responses after they submit theirs. When you click Send form you will have some choices.

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You will highlight and copy the link to share. It will automatically shorten the URL. There are strengths and weaknesses to the shortened URLs. Since Google makes it a goo.gl url you can track it. The downside is the sometimes you will get l’s, 1s, Os and 0s. It can be confusing if people are asked to type it.

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It is easiest to work in multiple tabs. Ctrl+T and command+T are shortcuts on Windows and Macs.

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You can see how many clicks you get and drill down for further statistics. You can shorten any link by signing into your Google account and going to Goo.gl.

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You can see how many clicks you get and drill down for further statistics. You can shorten any link by signing into your Google account and going to Goo.gl.

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You can see how they were referred to this shortened URL, what browsers and platforms are being used and where the clicks came from.

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You can see how they were referred to this shortened URL, what browsers and platforms are being used and where the clicks came from.

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Paste in the URL and type a custom alias. Try 2015xxxxAMname then click Make TinyURL.

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If it was already used, you will receive a generic tinyurl.

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Otherwise you will be able to share your new URL.

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Please use your live form then share the link with someone else to complete the form.

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If you are in the Google Form for your survey, you can click Responses. The number (50) shows how many responses you have collected. From here you can turn on and off the acceptance of responses and view a Summary of Responses.

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You will receive a bar graph, count, and percentage of responses.

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Paragraph responses can be scrolled through. I will show you another way to look at paragraphs in a few minutes. Multiple choice answers are shown as a pie chart.

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Google Sheets holds your responses.

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The form will have two files. The form and the responses.

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You will see the date and time the questions were answered. Checkbox (B), Paragraph Text (C), Multiple Choice E. You can use your standard spreadsheet skills to format cells. Sometimes I copy and paste to new sheets to do some counts.

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One way to analyze is by copying and pasting between sheets. You can use any formulas typically typed in Excel in Google Sheets.

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My favorite add-on is Save As Doc.

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It turns each row into a document on a separate page if you wish.

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You can copy a paragraph text column and use Save As Doc then download and find and replace the question with a blank.

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You must be in a Google Sheet associated with a Google Form to find the Add-on. In Sheets click Add-ons then Get add-ons… Type save as doc in the search box. Click the Blue + Free button to add it to your account.

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These are a few add-ons in the Education category that I have heard others speak about that I have not personally used. I think Google Classroom does some of what autoCrat and Doctopus does. Flubaroo can help grade surveys.

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These are some ideas to bring back that are subject specific.

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Kim Fiore posted this link in Edmodo. A teacher created a webmix of many videos, links to sites like Faith First Games, and links to other webmixes such as saints and Advent.

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In an interesting coincidence, the teacher who created the Catholic Sites for Kids webmix posted a message in the Edmodo Teacher Created Group of Symbaloo for Education that I joined last month. She said that there is a $10 basic certification but by using her link and promo code it could be taken for free. I am about ¾ of the way through it. The certification consists of very short videos with quizzes. I am hoping when I finish I might get a link and promo code in case Sylvia’s runs out.

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As a result of taking the basic certification by page has changed a bit. I have learned how to group similar tiles. If you see a blue circle it is a group of tiles. When you click on it you will see the tiles contained within the group.

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I learned about a free series of iBooks from the Library of Congress. They have great primary source documents. Included is a link to teacher PDFs on how to use the materials. The nice thing about it is that the PDF webpage has links to the primary source documents on the page. Students can look at those images from any device, not just an iPad.

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You can have students create Google Forms. This is an example of forms that second grade students used to gather data to use in class.

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Feel free to post links to student created forms for your school in our Edmodo group. We can have students from other schools help fill out the forms to collect data for other classes to use.

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Tuva Labs has large sets of data that can be analyzed.

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This is a look at an exercise on volcanic activity.

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After dragging Year to the x-axis. You can see the number of volcanoes per year.

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Magnitude vs. year then click on point for that case.

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Select functions

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This is an example for grades 3-5.

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Google Forms and Social Bookmarks Do Now Survey (if you did not complete it earlier this month) www.tinyurl.com/febreflect TodaysMeet todaysmeet.com/20150209am todaysmeet.com/20150209pm

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Workshop Goals and Resources

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Dilemma: Networking 2 minutes

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What does networking time look like to you? 10

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Storyboard Share

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Next Steps Curriculum Mapping tinyurl.com/2015TechMapChoice

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Google Drive

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Google Forms

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drive.google.com

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drive.google.com

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drive.google.com

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Form Settings

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Form Name and Description

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Multiple Choice Questions

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Question Types

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Paragraph text

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Checklist

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Text

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Editing questions

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Previewing forms

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Finishing the form

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Send form

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Browser – new tab Chrome Firefox Internet Explorer

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goo.gl

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goo.gl

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goo.gl

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goo.gl

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tinyurl.com

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tinyurl.com

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tinyurl.com

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Have someone test your form Test it yourself Have a exchange your URL with someone else

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drive.google.com

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drive.google.com

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drive.google.com

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Google Sheets

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drive.google.com

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Google Sheets

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Copy column – paste in new sheet =average(b2:b7)

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Add-ons – Save As Doc

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Add-ons – Save As Doc

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Add-ons – Save As Doc

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Finding add-ons

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Finding add-ons

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Ideas to Take Back by Subject Area

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Catholic Sites for Kids Symbaloo (Thank you Kim Fiore) http://edu.symbaloo.com/mix/catholicsitesforkids

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Symbaloo Basic Certification Free with Link http://www.symbalooedu.com/pd-pro-sylvia-buller/

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My Symbaloo changed as a result

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Student Discovery Sets http://www.loc.gov/teachers/student-discovery-sets/

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Creating and Using Google Forms https://msjohnsonk.wordpress.com/2015/01/21/data-analysis-project-1/

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Use Edmodo PK-8 Group 0

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Tuva Labs https://tuvalabs.com/datasets/devastating_earthquakes/#/

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Tuva Labs https://tuvalabs.com/datasets/devastating_earthquakes/#/

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Tuva Labs https://tuvalabs.com/datasets/devastating_earthquakes/#/

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Tuva Labs https://tuvalabs.com/datasets/devastating_earthquakes/#/

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Tuva Labs https://tuvalabs.com/datasets/devastating_earthquakes/#/

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Tuva Labs tuvalabs.com/datasets/salary_differences_between_men__women_in_us/#/

Summary: This workshop focused on creating, editing, and sharing Google Forms. We looked at how to analyze the responses through Forms, Google Sheets, and an add-on called Save As Doc. The subject specific ideas for the month include Catholic Sites for Kids (a Symbaloo webmix), Tuva Labs, and Library of Congress Student Discovery Sets.

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