Grading and assessing student writing using Google docs and forms

A while back, I posted on using Google forms to collect assessment data as you grade.

Since then, I’ve been working to integrate my workflows for helping students to draft essays, marking up the finished essays in Google docs, and assessing the class’ work in forms.

Here’s what that workflow looks like right now.

2 Replies to “Grading and assessing student writing using Google docs and forms”

    1. I endorse Laurie’s comments and encourage colleagues to use the tools Canvas offers. The “speedgrader” is great; files stay together; and tied into an electronic gradebook, students get up-to-date and accurate information about their success in class.

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