Sandy & Jackson talk about Gamifying with Google Forms & Slides.
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High School CTE Teacher
Google for Education Certified Trainer & Innovator
Leader for Google Educator Group of South Texas
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Today’s guest is Mr. G, who will be talking to us about how to create a Choose your own Adventure slide deck or form.
Tell us a bit about yourself, who you are, what you do.
I have a podcast called ACEd Tech.
I recently graduated from the Google Innovator Academy #VIA20
I’m just generally passionate about EdTech
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How are you doing? What would you like to chat about today?
There are ways to create a choose-your-own-adventure games using Google Slides or Google Forms
You created choose your own adventure with google forms tell us about that.
At first, breakout edu was popular. Then, digital breakouts were created. On Google Forms, a breakout which may include a “password” may not work because it can be easily hacked. Instead, a choose-your-own-adventure would make it better.
What prompted you to create this?
Based on my Google Innovator project, I tried to create a game on Google Forms.
How does it work?
In Google Forms…
In Google Slides ...
How can others get involved in this?
Here’s a link to one I made using forms: https://forms.gle/Q4kJLHLQR1iGWPcKA
With Google Slides and Google Forms it will take practice and patience.
Here’s a link to my student using Google Slides https://preview.tinyurl.com/tyca21
Do you have other topics you would like to chat about?
Join your local Google Educator Group. If you want to investigate what a GEG is, GEG-SOUTX link is here: https://geg.soutx.us/join
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