Link Google Forms to Bitly Automatically

If you have a bit.ly account, you can get a public API token which can be used to create shortcodes. This is really handy in my situation, where I'm creating a ton of feedback spreadsheets (another monster post on that later). Using a small code snippet, you can create a feedback form, throw in someRead More

Expanding the SBG Tracking Gradebook

I mentioned Evan Weingberg's standards-based tracking system in a short snippet a couple weeks back. I want to expand on that thought a little bit. Essentially, he uses a Google Sheet to aggregate quiz performance to make sure standards are actually learned over time. This has been incredibly valuable to me because I felt thatRead More