This course is a how to reference of on-line tools that Educators can use in their courses to increase engagement, and deepen the learning experience for their students
We will first look at building an E-learning Game using Google Slides(or Powerpoint). These are a fantastic way of adding an element of fun while reinforcing learning.
Using Google forms we will then set up an auto correcting Quiz or assignment. This quiz will auto reply to the student, allowing for immediate feedback to the learner.
After this we will then look at setting up a Peer review system using Google Forms, Google Sheets and apps. These are fantastic for project type work and for courses that have a lot of students.
This course is an evolving course. That means that I will be adding to it and improving it over time. And if you have some suggestions of tools that are useful to on-line educators, let me know and I will try to include it.
Setting up Flash Cards
A quick intro to building an e-learning game with Google Slides. Have a look at a sample game in the addational resources. You can also apply this to Powerpoint
Step by step, how to build an e-learning game with Google Slides
Complete the activity and post it on the discussion board for feedback
A quick introduction to auto correcting quiz with Google forms
Step by step - how to build a auto correcting quiz or assignment using Google Forms, Google Sheets and Google Apps. Auto correcting assignments allow immediate feedback to learners
A quick intro to setting up a Peer review system Using Google Sheets, Google Forms and Apps. See the additional resources to see a sample Peer review system in action. This peer review system is fully automatic once set up correctly. Peer reviews are a fantastic way to provide feedback to learners espically if you have a lot of learners on your course and have activities for the learner to complete
The first Google form will allow the student submit a project and in this lesson we will look at the key elements of this Google form
The first response sheet(Google Sheet) will require some formulas to get things working and we will look at these formula in this session.
In this session we will look at CopyDown and FormMule which are apps or add on to Google Sheets and will allow auto emails to learners
The Second Google form will allow the submission of reviews and in this lesson we will look at the key components of this form
In the second response sheet, we will need to set up the Rubric and also pull in some details from the first response sheet. The Rubric will allow scoring of the reviews and the email address will allow the review details be emails to the learner
We need some formulas to get response Sheet 2 working and we will look at these formulas here in this lesson
Finally we will look at the apps required to complete the peer review system. We will again use Copydown and FormMule
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Paula is a Qualified CPA with over 15 years' experience in the fields of Accountancy, Business Management,Process improvement, Internal Audit, Group accountant, Operations management and Training. All across a broad range of industries and sectors. Paula has been Key Speaker at many Accounting Events where her talks on Excel are received very positively. Taken from her experiences in Accounting and business fields, Paula also has Udemy courses for those wishing to up skill, especially in the area of Spreadsheets, Bookkeeping and Accounting.
Now an E-learning Educator 5+ years, Paula also has a focus on E-learning and online teaching. Drawn from her online teaching experience,Paula has a number of courses available to online teachers to help bridge the skills gap for those that teach or wish to teach online.