This builds on my earlier post (link here).After my session at the OAME Conference (link to Presentation), a few folks asked me how I had put this together, so I’m going to give a brief run-down here. You’re always welcome to ask me for more information, of course, if I’ve… Continue Reading The structure of the Interstitial App, or, Observations & Conversations – Part 2
So I was in the Lounge the other day and one of the teachers mentioned that she heard I used Excel for Visibly Random Grouping and asked me to explain it (previous blog post). Well, I use Excel just to assign my students to one of five tables – at… Continue Reading Visibly Random Grouping in Excel
In preparation for my next blog post (I’m blogging once-a-day in November!) we should talk about who you are. In today’s cloud-based services, you need an identity. It’s typically based on your email or your phone number. One option is your Microsoft Identity. Most folks already have a Google, Facebook or… Continue Reading Who are you?
So it’s pretty common that folks use Google Forms to create an automatically graded assessment. Now, I have to admit, as a mathematics teacher I don’t do a lot of fixed-response assessments like this that need automatic grading. But that doesn’t mean it isn’t a useful option. In fact this… Continue Reading Auto-Grading an Office365 Excel Survey Assessment
One of my biggest goals this year has been to ensure that people have the information they need, when they need it in the form that they find usable. We’ve made some great steps forward using Excel to re-package a lot of the information held by our Student Information service… Continue Reading Knowledge is power