Hello, everyone! In this video, we will delve into some easy data collection tricks using Google Forms, a valuable tool for gathering assessments in your adapted physical education (PE) program. Each of your students likely has specific goals, and to track their progress effectively, we’ll show you how to create a user-friendly data collection system using Google Forms.
The Basics: Creating a Google Form
Start by creating a Google Form. At the top, add the student’s name, include their goal in the description, and create sections that directly relate to their specific goal. For example, if a student’s objective is to stay within boundary lines for a maximum of 30 minutes, you would add sections for participation, assistance, and notes.
Simplified Data Collection:
Once the form is set up, you can easily send it to yourself via email. You can do this as many times as needed. When you receive the email, simply open the form on your phone or computer during class. This convenient method eliminates the need to carry around a clipboard or a larger device, making data collection a breeze.
After you’ve collected data, Google Forms provides a valuable feature: the ability to view responses. You’ll find visually appealing pie charts and percentages that correspond to the form’s data. This visualization simplifies the process of tracking student progress.
To make the most of the data you’ve collected, you can easily transfer it to reports or assessments. This can be done by copying and pasting the information, saving you time and ensuring that the data collected is put to good use.
Conclusion: An Effective Tool for Adapted PE
In conclusion, using Google Forms is a straightforward and efficient way to track student progress and enhance your adapted PE program. By customizing forms to suit individual goals, simplifying data collection, and easily visualizing the results, you’re equipped to provide the best possible adapted PE experience for your students.
Thank you for watching, and we hope this guide helps you streamline your data collection process.
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