In the last post (Collecting Data in Today’s Classroom), I walked you through how to collect data using Google Docs. Now that you know how to do this, I will show you how to go back and access the data you’ve collected. Let’s get started.
Data collection is a critical element missing from many educational programs targeting the needs of diverse learners. We target this in many presentations and frequently conference participants want to know effective and efficient ways to collect data. In this post, I will walk through what I use so that you can consider this option for your work. You will be surprised to know that it is free through effectively leveraging Google Docs. Here are the steps I follow: