Someone recently posted something on Facebook or Twitter about branching GoogleForms. You can make a form where the user's experience depends on what they select for a multiple-choice item. It's like those Choose Your Own Adventure books that many of us remember from childhood, and I guess the rest of you are millennials who apparently just eat avocado toast and killed the mayonnaise industry.
Today I assigned a different kind of flipped-video lesson. Students will access a GoogleForm, enter their name, and answer this item:
I produced six different video lessons (one for each skills), but they are all 4 minutes or less. My wife crashed a couple dishes at the end of one video, but I decided not to re-record it. Four of them were recorded last Sunday evening, and I did the other 2 very early Monday morning (after shaving sooner than usual!) while wearing the same red shirt. My hair looks less-than-impressive, but whatever.
Let's see if this works out as well as I hoped! Comment below if you want more details about how I made the branched GoogleForm, or something else in this blog post.