Using Google Docs as a Grade Book
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Kendra Voris (Staff)
I think your StAIR will be a nice addition to showing instructors how to create their own grade book. I think with the template it should be an easy process for them without a lot of extra work.
The only thing I would suggest would be to add some instructional videos of demonstration for added visuals.
Dale Wegienka (IT Tech)
Ease of use –
I think that your StAIR is well organized and easy to use.
What you did well –
I think that you did a good job of showing visuals to help with what you are explaining.
What you could add to make the resource more useful –
I think that you did everything very well.
Technical remarks are that it was well done.
Nathan Walker (Teacher (K-12))
Great StAIR project. You lesson was really easy to follow and clear for how to set up the grade book. You make good use of screen captures to show exactly how to set up the grade book. those visual clues are really helpful from a UDL standpoint. You cover all the important details for anyone to get started on this process, as well as providing them with templates to help smooth over the transition.