Technology for Feedback
Simple Suggestions for Getting & Recieving Student Feedback
"When we teach disengaged students useful ways to request feedback from peers, teachers, or even themselves, they become more involved in class activities and in their own learning." Jane Pollock
Listed Below are several of many technology tools that can be an aid in providing feedback opportunities in the classroom. It doesn't matter what tool is used, as long as students are receiving relevant feedback.
- Create a Ticket Out or poll using Google Forms.
- Allow students to comment on a Google document comprised of class notes. Generate a chat to further feedback and communication.
- Use Feedback Activity for multiple poll questions
- Use Forums to pose a class question and get collaborative responses
- Use Journal to get Individual Paragraph Responses
- Use Chat for Continual Conversation on a Topic (Create student requirements)
- Recommended Free iPad App "Voice Record" - Student or Teacher may record feedback, reading practice, speech, etc. and then share via Google Drive, Dropbox, Email, SkyDrive, Sound Cloud, Facebook, MP3, etc. https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/voice-record-pro/id546983235?mt=8
- SoundCloud (Log in Using Google Account)
- Other iPad App Suggestions http://www.educatorstechnology.com/2014/01/5-excellent-ipad-apps-students-can-use.html
- Create free-response, multiple choice, or T/F polls that students can answer via computer or cell phone.
*This is one of many poll/survey sites that can be used in class.