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Using Google Forms to Analyze Data- Line Graphs

Using Google Forms to Analyze Data- Line Graphs | Data Management for SEL | Scoop.it
Resources, tips, and materials to help you, help children with autism
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This page and video show how to make line graphs using Google Forms to populate a spreadsheet, and then using the Draw Chart feature in Google Sheets. 
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Free Technology for Teachers: How to Create a Progress Tracker With Google Forms and Sheets

Free Technology for Teachers: How to Create a Progress Tracker With Google Forms and Sheets | Data Management for SEL | Scoop.it
Last week I wrote about using Google Forms and a pivot table in Google Sheets to create reading logs and other progress trackers. Over the weekend I received a lot of emails from folks asking various clarifying questions on how to use the pivot table functions. To answer those questions I recorded the following tutorial video. Watch the video to learn how you can create a progress tracker with a combination of Google Forms and a pivot table in Google Sheets. This method is a good one to use if you want your students or a teacher's aide to record progress through a Google Form.
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This video shows how to use Pivot Tables in Google Forms.  This is a good way to compile or group a student's data together when you have multiple students on one sheet.  Thanks @rbyrne
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Google for Education: Teacher Center

Google for Education: Teacher Center | Data Management for SEL | Scoop.it
Get started with easy ways to use Forms and Quizzes in the Classroom.
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Looks like an awesome website with videos etc to explain how to get started using Google Forms.  Thanks @rbyrne for finding this.
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Behavioral Progress Monitoring Tools | National Center on Intensive Intervention

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5 New Google Forms Features

5 New Google Forms Features | Data Management for SEL | Scoop.it
Earlier today Google announced the release of five new features for Google Forms users . Four of the five new features are significant fo
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Google forms are great for collecting behavioral data.  These additions will be helpful. 
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Documentation - Awesome Table Support

Documentation - Awesome Table Support | Data Management for SEL | Scoop.it
If you’re not familiar with Awesome Table as a whole, check out their site. They have created some pretty powerful tools and add-ons that pair with Google Sheets to make filtering and finding data a breeze. In fact, I use Geocode by Awesome Table (a Sheets add-on) for my Classroom Bridges Find a Classroom page to display the map along with the searchable database. Okay, back to Advanced Summary… Advanced Summary automatically creates an Awesome Table database of Form responses. When you set it up, you create any search filter that you want. I do an integration audit for districts at work, which is essentially a large survey about how teachers are using technology in their instruction. I use this add-on to set up a searchable database, to filter by school, grade level or content area. As a coach, this is invaluable information that I get in a few seconds instead of the time it would take me to set up a pivot table for each question. Advanced Summary by Awesome Table is installed and configured in a Google Form.
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This looks promising for a little more advanced sorting and sifting using Google Forms. 
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15 Google Forms Tutorial Videos (Free Technology for Teachers)

15 Google Forms Tutorial Videos (Free Technology for Teachers) | Data Management for SEL | Scoop.it
On Friday I published a new video guide to using Google Forms for new users. As I noted when I published that video, there are many other features available in Google Forms. Over the last year I've created a bunch of videos on some of the advanced features available in Google Forms. Those videos are all in my Google Forms tutorials playlist that is embedded below. Of course, the playlist will be updated as I create more videos about Google Forms.
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Some school social workers have been using Google Forms for a couple of years to collect data.  This set of videos explains some of the features in the newest version of Google Forms. 
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Google Forms Can Now Automatically Grade Quizzes Without an Add-on  (Free Technology for Teachers)

Google Forms Can Now Automatically Grade Quizzes Without an Add-on  (Free Technology for Teachers) | Data Management for SEL | Scoop.it
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This might be helpful for conducting self-assessments for students.  
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Could You Use Prezi to Display Data?

The best prezi of January is... (drumroll, please)... David Epstein's Small Town Folks Have a Better Shot at the Big Time. We love this one because it makes even large chunks of data feel engaging, memorable, and easy to understand. Take a look and get inspired for your next presentation.

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This Prezi makes me wonder how we might use Prezi to display data. 

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SEL Progress Monitoring Using Google Forms

SEL Progress Monitoring Using Google Forms | Data Management for SEL | Scoop.it
This page is an archive for our Google Community. The Community is for those willing to explore the use of Google Forms in writing Socio-Emotional Learning Progress Notes and/or Monitoring.
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Come join us in using Google Forms for #SELprogressmonitoring. Check out this page.  Remember, if you use a form, please MAKE A COPY FIRST and CHANGE THE NAME.

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How to Use Data for Good

Join our #DataTalk on Thursdays at 5 p.m. ET. This week, we learned from DataKind – Harnessing the Power of Data Science in the Service of humanity, Real Impac…
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Some aspects of data to think about.

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How to Print a Google Form and or Save it as a PDF

How to Print a Google Form and or Save it as a PDF | Data Management for SEL | Scoop.it

Using Google Forms can be a good way to create a quiz for your students to take. Unfortunately, if not all of your students have access to the web then you might need to print copies of the quiz. I was recently asked how to do this so I shot the following video to demonstrate how to print a Google Form. 

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A good resource for printing from Google Forms.  You could do this to create a data collection sheet that could be used later. 

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How to Make Your Data Pretty? Utilize These Data Visualization Tools

How to Make Your Data Pretty? Utilize These Data Visualization Tools | Data Management for SEL | Scoop.it
Tired of showcasing the same old boring tables to your management? A spice of colors and layout brings life to data representation. If you need to understand million rows of data and you are short on…
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How might you use these tools in progress monitoring? Excel has been used in our county.  So has Google Forms.  Anyone use something elsez?

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Using Google Forms to Analyze ABC Data

Using Google Forms to Analyze ABC Data | Data Management for SEL | Scoop.it
Resources, tips, and materials to help you, help children with autism
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Great example of how to collect ABC Data on Google Forms and analyze the data. 
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SEL Progress Monitoring Using Google Forms

SEL Progress Monitoring Using Google Forms | Data Management for SEL | Scoop.it
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This site gives you examples of how Google Forms may be used in SEL data collection.  Currently working on revising, but it good for getting you started.  PLease make sure to make a copy of any form before using.
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Free Technology for Teachers: How to Use the New Google Forms Customization Options  Thanks @rbyrne

Free Technology for Teachers: How to Use the New Google Forms Customization Options  Thanks @rbyrne | Data Management for SEL | Scoop.it
A couple of weeks ago Google announced that new customization options would be added to Google Forms. Those new options appeared in m
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This Video shows how to make a Google Form more attractive.  If using for data collection, what photos might you put up there?
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Insert graphs from computer scoring applications into your social work reports

Ever wish you could copy the beautiful graphs generated by the BASC, Vineland, or ABAS computer scoring applications and insert them into your reports
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Great tutorial for inserting software scoring charts/graphs into reports.  A real time saver using Adobe Reader.
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Easier Data Interpretation and Visualization in Google Sheets

Easier Data Interpretation and Visualization in Google Sheets | Data Management for SEL | Scoop.it
Interpreting data from a spreadsheet can feel a bit overwhelming to a lot of students. That's why I'm excited about Google's latest update to Google Sheets. Last week Google added a new feature to make data visualization and interpretation easier than ever. Now when you open the Explore feature in Google Sheets you can simply type in a request for a chart to be displayed based on the data in the sheet. You can also make a simple request for something like the mean or median value of a column.
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Google keeps making data management easier.   This is something that should be tried with your Google Forms.  
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How to Copy Graphs from Computer Scored Assessments into Reports #schoolsocialwork

How to Copy Graphs from Computer Scored Assessments into Reports #schoolsocialwork | Data Management for SEL | Scoop.it
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This is a great feature in Adobe Reader.  What a great way to add data to your reports.
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A Crowd-sourced List of Google Cardboard Apps & Videos (Free Tech for Teachers)

A Crowd-sourced List of Google Cardboard Apps & Videos (Free Tech for Teachers) | Data Management for SEL | Scoop.it
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This is a good example of how you can use Google Forms to build a library of resources from a group.
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Free Technology for Teachers: How to Change Access Settings in the New Version of Google Forms

Free Technology for Teachers: How to Change Access Settings in the New Version of Google Forms | Data Management for SEL | Scoop.it
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The new Google forms has new features different from the original.  This video describes how to control who can complete the form.  It is short and Richard does a step-by-step process. 
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Did you know: Quick charts and graphs in Google Sheets using the Explore feature

Google's new Explore feature within Google Sheets allows you to quickly visualize your spreadsheet data with charts and graphs.
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This is a super new feature of Google Sheets.  It can be used with or without Google Forms. 

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Behavior Data Google Forms' Templates

Behavior Data Google Forms' Templates | Data Management for SEL | Scoop.it
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This Internet search features a number of Google forms that are being used to track behavior. 

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Create Rubrics for Progress Monitoring using Google Spreadsheet (from Free Technology for Teachers)

Create Rubrics for Progress Monitoring using Google Spreadsheet (from Free Technology for Teachers) | Data Management for SEL | Scoop.it

Online Rubric is a Google Spreadsheets Add-on that enables to you create rubrics, enter scores, and email scores to students all from one place. Online Rubric provides very clear instructions for each step of the processes of creating a roster sheet, creating a rubric, and emailing grades to students.

To start using the Online Rubric Add-on open the Add-ons menu in a blank Google Spreadsheet. Select "get Add-ons" and search for Online Rubric.

Once you've given Online Rubric permission to run on your Spreadsheet there are three basic steps you need to complete. The first step is to create a roster. Rosters are made by entering student's names and email addresses (optional). The second step is to actually create your rubric. Unlike some online rubric services, with the Online Rubric Add-on you can build as many rubric cells as you like. You can assign any point values that you want to use for each rubric cell. When you're ready to enter grades you will use your roster sheet to enter point values for each rubric cell. To email grades simply select "email grades" from the Online Rubric Add-on.

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I am wondering how well this might be used for SEL Goal Progress Monitoring.  Google Forms can be used with a rubric.  I am wondering how this tool would be used and if it could be used with Google Forms. 

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Tier 2 & Tier 3 PBIS Online Behavior Tracking Solution

Tier 2 & Tier 3 PBIS Online Behavior Tracking Solution | Data Management for SEL | Scoop.it
eDRC is a research-supported method to improve students' self-esteem, academics, social skills, behavior and executive functioning at school and other academic settings. eDRC is owned and operated by Manhattan Psychology Group, PC in New York City.
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Has anyone had experience using this tool?  It appears like it could be useful in measuring behavior on a daily basis.

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