Posted By Barbara Lindsey on December 6, 2010
Just under an hour ago, Tom Barrett, originator of the Interesting Ways series, started a new series on Google Forms in the Classroom. He used Twitter to invite educators to join him in creating this Creative Commons licensed work. In less than one hour (!) contributors from all over the world built this document from zero to eighteen pages of terrific actual classroom examples and they are continuing to expand this resource. (Update: As of this morning, December 7, 2010, there are now 40 Interesting Ways to Use Google Forms in the Classroom!)
In one of Tom’s tweets he invited all of us to go take a look at how this document is taking shape right before our eyes. I decided to do a quick screencast of what I saw which you can view below. This is an amazing real-time example of the power of networked educators at their best.