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An intro video for one of my assignments
We use OneNote Class Notebooks, so organizing all the little parts of this activity was easy. Instead of sending my students off to various parts of the web to get the info they need, I bring it to them through OneNote. At the top of my OneNote assignment page were all the instructions, followed by the embedded Flipgrid topic for easy access. After that I included a graphic of the percussion music for the wind players. The percussion kids' music was different from the wind players, so the wind players assessing them needed to see the music they're assessing them on. Below that I embedded the Office Form the students would fill out for their peer assessments. I used the same Office Form for the entire school year, which I will explain later in another blog post. My students needed to know who they had to peer assess, so at the bottom of the OneNote page was a table for students to find their name and the other students whose Flipgrid videos they were assigned to assess. Setting up the table was easy using Excel. I downloaded my class roster into Excel and copy/pasted the list a few times moving students up and down each time there was a new assessment, copy/pasted the finished table into OneNote, and then gave it a splash of color. In the end, I had an assignment page with all the resources my students needed. This eliminated a lot of those "how do I…" and "where do I…" questions from my students.
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A former student sneaked his way onto a grid topic and decided to add his own embellishments to the exercise 😁
Posted with his permission