If you have your students complete an assessment via a form, and you have multiple choice and fill-in-the-blank questions, Flubaroo will grade them for you! Some of our teachers have already enjoyed using this tool, so I created a guide for others who might be interested in giving Flubaroo a try!
I have trained many of our staff members in using Doctopus and am pleased to see how many are using it independently. As they are getting more adept with Doctopus, they are starting to use Goobric to help with grading as well. For teachers who haven't used either yet but are interested, or for those who have used it, but like a step-by-step reminder of how to use it, I created this Google Doc to guide them through the process:
If you are interested in incorporating gClassFolders to organize the work you share with your students, they are still working on the Add-On, but you can use the functionality through Doctopus. Here is a bit of information about that as well:
The Autocrat Add-On is a great way to take a spreadsheet and input the data into a Doc or PDF template. You can make certificates, letters, and more using that. At NBC, we have used it to take student test submissions from a form to create separate documents. Then teachers can grade and/or comment and share back with each individual student. Here is a Google Doc I created to give step-by-step assistance with the staff in that process:
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