Component 1B and Google forms
Establishing rapport and developing relationships with students is the key to getting them hooked and engaged in learning. It’s all about making personal connections with your students from day one. Dave suggests the play-dough activity, an intriguing quote on the board and greeting the students daily in a unique way (pgs. 19-32). Pick 2 prompts
- Prompt 1: In this chapter, Burgess states that in his opinion and experience an engaged student is rarely a behavior problem. Would you agree? Share an experience.
- Prompt 2: Think about the activities you do during the first week of school to get to know your students and to help them get to know each other.
- Prompt 3: How you can get to know your students in a unique way during the first week of school.
- Prompt 4: What did you find interesting about this chapter?
- Prompt 5: Do you have a memory from K-12 or college that relates to this chapter?
Tweet out your response using #gccedu and #tlap. Be sure to tag you and your partner in the post!
Google Forms Practice
- Login into your professional gmail account
- Click on Drive
- Select NEW - More
- Select FORMS
- Create a title
- Form description
- Create 1 question prompt
- Identify how you want a student to respond
- Discuss the types of question responses available in google forms
- Learn how to make a question required
- Learn how to copy a question
- Learn how to delete a question
- Learn how to add a section
- How to add an image
- How to add a video
- Check out a theme!