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Week 4: February 1 - 7
In week 4, you will collaborate on a Google form survey to gather information to gain feedback on the quality of your week 3 Google slide activity (your team chosen debate topic). Remember that your audience is not your team. The audience is those who view your Google slides. Make sure you include the link to your Google slide presentation in the description of the feedback form.
One person should create a Google form and give collaborator rights to the team members by adding their gmails.
The aim of using Google form is for all the members of the group to add their input. It's all about team collaboration. Please add me to your Google form with editing rights. My gmail is email@example.com
What questions will you ask to elicit feedback on your teamwork?
Here are some suggestions:
Make sure that you also ask for information such as:
Add the following:
Learn how to start a Google form and add collaborators.
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Please click on the "start a new discussion topic, add a title and add your message. Don't forget to save your message.
Team discussions on the questions the team would like to add. Make sure that every member of the team was added to the form as a collaborator.
Feedback on the Google Slide Debate Activity Using Google Form
Please share the link to your team Google form so the other participants can take the survey. Feel free to share the survey with your colleagues online in your social networks and at your school.
Make sure the questions relate to an evaluation (feedback) of your presentation. The participants are those who watch and listen to your presentation not the team members. Was the presentation clear? Write questions that relate to the quality of your work. You want to know what to improve in your presentation.
Please share an image of the results of your survey. You'll have to share the form in order to get responses. Make sure you share a summary of the responses. You can take a photo of the results.
You'll find the summary under responses on your form.
Watch the video to see where the summary of responses appears on your Google form.
Reflect on the process of creating a Google Form by answering the following questions using one of the following curation walls: Padlet wall, Miro, or Wakelet, Create a video screen sharing your curation wall and upload the MP4 to Youtube or vimeo:
Remember to respond to one other member of the class.