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Using google forms (a favourite topic of mine!)

I thought I’d blog about an activity I have been doing as a plenary with my year 7s and 8s who are making hyperlinked stories in PowerPoint. To achieve a Level 5 they need to have acted on feedback from gained through peer assessment.

I set up an embed google form on the VLE (frog) that the students logged into, they then stood up, moved along one seat and the evaluated the other students’ work.

When they had filled in the form with “two stars and a wish” they then submitted it to be displayed on the board and on the results page on the VLE. This meant that the students could then log on, look at their feedback and then act on it.

I used this as a plenary activity within a lesson however I can’t see any reason why it couldn’t be adapted for a homework activity.

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