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Dean Mantz

Google Forms: Sign In Sheet & Providing Weekly Feedback to Students | Teacher Tech - 19 views

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    Have students provide work via Google form and use an add-on to create mail merge response back to them. Each day submitted can be added to a different sheet.
Dean Mantz

Teacher's Visual Guide on Giving Audio Feedback to Students on Google Drive ~ Education... - 17 views

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    If you are not using Kaizena (formerly Voice Comments) to provide feedback to your students via GAFE. My students truly appreciate the audio along with the highlights pointing out the improvements. As a side note, be careful highlighting different locations as you record. When you go to highlight additional areas the audio recording will start over again.
Dean Mantz

EverySlide | Interactive Presentations | Audience Response System - 16 views

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    "Engage Audiences Keeps audiences involved by asking open-ended questions and running ad hoc polls. Present the same slides you were going to use anyways! Get Feedback Receive honest, anonymous feedback from people you really care about. Ask audiences to enter their email address via the mobile device they participated with. Present Anywhere Do presentations anywhere -- there's no need for a large screen! Leave a copy of your slides on participants' devices, including your contact information."
Jackie Gerstein

Bounce - A fun and easy way to share ideas on a website - 27 views

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    I tried to grab several screenshots and it couldn't do it. (my blog and several photos) Maybe it is down today.
Fred Delventhal

FeVote - Suggestion Boards for Social Suggestions, Ideas, Feedback, Feature Requests - 0 views

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    FeVote lets you submit and vote on suggestions for the sites, services, and products you use.
Fred Delventhal

Get feedback with Backboard - 1 views

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    Backboard automates the process of getting feedback and approval on all your projects-it can handle almost any type of file, but it's especially good with mixed graphical and text media. It only takes a minute to start a Backboard. Upload the file you would like feedback on, choose a security level, and select the email addresses of one or more reviewers. Each reviewer will receive a link to your file, where they can come and leave feedback on your document. Every kind of document can be annotated and marked up in the same way, so reviewers do not have to learn several commenting systems. Better yet, you can view all reviewers' feedback in the same place, so you'll never again find yourself merging several documents with different "tracked changes." via http://larryferlazzo.edublogs.org/2008/12/18/best-applications-for-annotating-websites/
Jennifer Dorman

Marking work in Google Docs | ICT in my Classroom - 0 views

  • What is the best way to give feedback on a piece of work produced in Google Docs? What formatting tools are most appropriate to use when leaving comments? How do you organise 30 to 60 pieces of work handed in to you? How do children hand in work? What new possibilities does this process uncover?
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    What is the best way to give feedback on a piece of work produced in Google Docs? What formatting tools are most appropriate to use when leaving comments? How do you organise 30 to 60 pieces of work handed in to you? How do children hand in work? What new possibilities does this process uncover?
Randy Rodgers

Engage Your Audience | Text The Mob - 0 views

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    The easiest and most entertaining way to collect feedback from your audience: Project polls or message boards on a large screen, have everyone send their input via their cell phones and see results instantly!
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    Polling by cellphone--much, much more affordable than Polleverywhere. Free version includes 100 responses per question.
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