Electronic High-Yield Lessons With Google Forms
Explore and create : Creation lab
Terry Chiles Matthew Patty
Explore the adaptability of the Google Forms platform and see how it can be used in a blended learning framework for personalizing and differentiating instruction using technology as a means for independent work with embedded feedback and scaffolded instruction. Great for both online and in-person learning.
|Audience:||Teachers, Curriculum/district specialists, Technology coordinators/facilitators|
|Attendee devices:||Devices required|
|Attendee device specification:||Smartphone: Android, iOS, Windows
Laptop: Chromebook, Mac, PC
Tablet: Android, iOS, Windows
|Participant accounts, software and other materials:||Google account|
|Topic:||Assessment/evaluations/use of data|
|Subject area:||Language arts, Social studies|
|ISTE Standards:||For Educators:
Technology Goals -
➵ The participants will understand and apply the adaptability of the Google Forms application to their classrooms and campuses.
“Blended Learning” Framework Learning Goals-
➵ The participants will curate personalized ideas for ways to differentiate instruction using technology for independent work and collaboration with embedded feedback and scaffolded instruction.
Student Learning Goals -
➵ The participants will gain resources to help them implement higher levels of student self assessment, efficacy, and cooperative learning in the classroom.
Evidence of success would include participants creating at least one classroom-ready branching Google Form to share with home campus by the end of the session.
5 min - Introduction of session and presenters
10 min - Discussion of supporting pedagogy and research behind the lessons and tools being presented
15 min - Audience as student. Time given to experience the structure and interface of the content specific Google Form Analysis lessons, via Goggle Classroom.
10 min - Session audience digital Jigsaw using the American Civil Rights Movement
20 min - "How It's Made" (creating a branching Form) guided practice with audience participation (we-do style)
5 min - Ideas for Google Forms use in reassessment. Highlight student Reassessment Contract.
20 min - Collaboration and creation time with the expectation of having at least one classroom-ready Google Form to share with home campus by the end of the session.
The majority of this session is rooted in the work of John Hattie and his research outlined in his book "Visible Learning". Through the Visible Learning research, John Hattie has identified more than 250 factors that influence student achievement. He then set about calculating a score or “effect size” for each, according to its bearing on student achievement. The average effect size of these 250 factors was 0.4, a marker that can be shown to represents an (average) year’s growth per year of schooling for a student. Any factor that has an effect size above 0.4 has an even greater positive effect on student learning. Each strategy highlighted (and implemented via Google Forms) has an effect size of greater than 1 years worth of growth and ranges in scores from .64 - 1.33.
Visible Learning 1st Edition by John Hattie
In addition to John Hattie the session will also showcase the work of Weston Kieschnick, Catlin Tucker and the Lead4ward group:
Bold School: Old School Wisdom + New School Technologies = Blended Learning That Works - Maximizing learning outcomes by combining technology and pedagogy:
Blended Learning in Action: A Practical Guide Toward Sustainable Change (Corwin Teaching Essentials) - Effective use of Station Rotation
https://lead4ward.com/ - Evidence of learning templates
Terry Chiles is an Academic Technology Coach with Northside ISD in San Antonio, TX. He is going on his 14th year in education and has taught both math and social studies at the secondary level. In his role as a district Academic Technology Coach, he works one on one with teachers to set specific goals aimed at implementing digital tools and resources as a means to facilitate high yield strategies and promote innovation in the 21st century classroom.
Creating Energized Engagement in Remote and Blended Learning Through Gamification and Personalization
Engaging With Parents Around Tech: How to Host a Digital Parenting Event
We Love Our Library: Using Your LMS to Promote Student Engagement