This week was a real struggle. Coming off of Spring Break is always tough. The end of the year is in sight, but there’s still a long way to go.
This week, John Meehan’s here, and he’s got some BIG NEWS! Listen in for some excellent stuff, and a little bit of wrestling talk. Plus, news from Microsoft and Google.
For anyone out there who cares to know, I’m not doing great. This year has drained me. Going back into the last few weeks of the semester after Thanksgiving Break, I’m usually ready to go. After all, three weeks is nothing leading up to Christmas Break and the end of the semester. It’s usually one of the more chill times of the school year. Except that this year it isn’t.
This year, I’ve learned a lot of different ways to use Google Forms and Sheets to save myself time and trouble.
If you’ve created your classes in PeerGrade, then you’re ready to create assignments. Assignments are easy to create, but there are a few different options you have as you go. This is another simple 3-step process. Create the Assignment After selecting the class you want to assign peer feedback to, you’ll click the blue “CreateContinue reading “PeerGrade Tutorial: Creating Assignments”
Trying to create a class in PeerGrade? It’s a simple 3-step process.
There are a lot of options out there to get instant student feedback. Mentimeter.com is a new one that I’ve recently come across. Mentimeter is an online presentation tool that allows you to get immediate feedback from students.
PeerGrade is an online peer revision tool. Here are my thoughts on it.