Tuesday, November 25, 2014

The Good Type of the Flu - Flubaroo (It's like a time warp.)

Have you dreamed of the day where you can give your students quick formative feedback and have the results automatically tallied, color-coded and recorded?

That day is today.  Your dreams are now coming true.

This magical tool, flubaroo, works in conjunction with a Google Form to automatically grade the results of your quiz and enter them into a color-coded spreadsheet.  Personalized results can also be emailed to the student giving them instant feedback.

Flubaroo Overview Video - by the creators of Flubaroo

Things that stood out:

  • Teacher gets a color-coded answer sheet.
  • Red - Names in red scored less than 75 on the quiz.
  • Orange - Questions highlighted in orange indicate less than 60% of the students got it right.

These two colors could make differentiated instruction more targeted, you know who needs what instantly.

Flubaroo User Guide
On Twitter?  Why not follow Flubaroo!

Google Forms
Capturing student feedback with Google Forms - this video was produced by the Google Gooru site.
Randomize answer options with Google Forms - a newer option within forms.

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