#597 Using an Airtable form to capture and display student feedback

I have used an embedded Airtable form in a Rise course to get students to enter their definition of a concept before revealing what other students’ definitions are. The benefit of this is that students need to enter a definition before they can see what others have written. For those who haven’t heard of Airtable, it is a cross between a spreadsheet and a database and is very flexible, powerful, easy to use and has a free basic account – it is worth checking out.

Here is a 1-minute video showing you how to use an Airtable form to capture and display student feedback…

 

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