Today’s article is very technical and not very pedagogical. As always, the origin is educational, since the problem arose in the classroom, with 16 years old students. But it’s a question of information technology.
This students follow the program Mobilitzem la informàtica with some adaptations (only in Catalan). It is a program where students learn design thinking developing an application for mobile phones with appiventor.
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A new version of CoRubrics GSD is now available in the spreadsheet add-ons Chrome store, an add-on to evaluate with rubrics.
This new version has the main novelty of integrating with Classroom. This integration takes place in 3 aspects.
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Yesterday Google published in the Chrome store of spreadsheet add-ons a new add-on I created, ImExClass.
It’s a simple add-on that solves a need I had and maybe others have as well. I use a spreadsheet (virtual teacher’s gradebook) to keep track of the students. In addition, I use Google Classroom to support my classes.
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The CoRubrics and CoRubrics GSD templates have become Google spreadsheet add-ons. This change does not affect the normal functioning of the evaluation process for rubrics. All it does is make it easier to start the process.
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UPDATE: CoRubrics has become a spreadsheet add-on. In the following link you can find the updated operation:
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