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Saturday, January 26 • 9:00am - 10:00am
Creative Ways To Use Google Forms & Spreadsheets in & out of the classroom

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In this session, I will demonstrate how the versatility of Google Form makes it a nearly perfect tool to serve pedagogical, administrative and logistic purposes in the 21st century classroom. It is recommended that you bring your laptop or iPad to this session for a bit of hands on time.

I work at the university and I typically begin my lessons by projecting a Google form on the screen for taking attendance and I embed the associated spreadsheet on the course site for students to check their own attendance. In my writing-heavy courses, practically all in-class writing tasks are designed with Google forms. Using their own wifi-enabled devices, my students submit their writings and study each other’s work on the big projector screen for in-class discussion. I used to download javascripts to write online quizzes; now I write them exclusively with Google forms, and install an auto-grading script on the spreadsheets to calculate student scores and email the reports to them. I conduct in-class polls for instant feedback and set up spreadsheets with simple formulas to automate calculations for real time announcements of poll results. Using Google Form, I also track assignments, collect information, and administer in-class tests.

Come and learn some tips & tricks to take your Google Forms & Spreadsheet use to the next level.
Target Audience -Upper Primary through Secondary Teachers

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John Wong

Lecturer, City University of Hong Kong

Saturday January 26, 2013 9:00am - 10:00am HKT

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