PD Branching Form

A branching form using Google Forms that helps educators and districts rethink professional learning.

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A branching form using Google Forms that helps educators and districts rethink professional learning.  Still under construction.https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1p6rgT-J2043AsYhEJNOLt-JRIaQ5_0GOj_mnSuIBMQ8/viewform

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What a wonderful way to infuse a choose-your-own-adventure spirit into PD.  I am dreaming of an entire PD event/session that is choose-your-own adventure based... which everyone in the room (or entire building) would explore at the same time... albeit at different points... how much fun that would be! 

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 Sarah Thomas ! Your prototype is amazing. This is so cool. Nice work. Add in some more description into the post so others get psyched to try this out. 

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Sarah - Since we can't necessarily see all of the branches of the tree, do you have an outline or map of the whole form that you could share?

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Sarah -- one last thing. You should add a photo or an image. Visual really sells in this experience. 

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Sarah!!!! You made it! I am so excited that you are here. And love that you are already prototyping. AND... you got Richard on your team. BAM! 

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Hi Sarah. So great to see your first post here on The Guild. I like how simple and interactive this idea is, and that you were able to use Google Forms to prototype it. Did you build it specifically for The Teachers Guild or have you ever tried this type of choose your own adventure at your school?

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Also Glenn Robbins and Michael were team members.