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1: What are Google Forms?
  • Google Forms are a quick and easy way for you to collect information in professionally looking forms. As participants submit entries, the data is automatically aggregated into a spreadsheet connected to your form. You can easily view the collected information, sort it, and generate sophisticated charts and graphs.
  • Presentation: Unlocking the Power of Google Forms

2: Google Forms in Action

  • The form embedded below has been designed to model the various features available within Google Forms. It was designed to be used in Staff Development Trainings. Click here to be re-directed to the live form.

3: Google Forms Tutorial

This tutorial will walk you through the process of creating a new form; building the form; sharing the form; and viewing responses in the corresponding spreadsheet.

4: Flubaroo Tutorial

Flubaroo is a free tool that helps you quickly grade multiple-choice or fill-in-blank assignments.

  • What are the major benefits of Flubaroo?
    • Computes average assignment score.
    • Computes average score per question, and flags low-scoring questions.
    • Shows you a grade distribution graph.
    • Gives you the option to email each student their grade, and an answer key.
  • Click here to download a copy of the tutorial.

5: Best Practices for PLC Collaboration with Google Forms

6: Examples

  • Use Google Forms to administer a pre-assessment before a new unit of study | example
  • Use Google Forms as a dropbox for students to submit URLs to web-based work | example
  • Use Google Forms as a "rubric" | example
  • Use Google Forms as a way to collect student information during a project | example
  • Use Google Forms to collect feedback from the faculty | example
  • Use Google Forms to administer a student survey | example
  • Use Google Forms as an event registration form | example
  • Use Google Forms to administer comprehension questions to students | example

7: Additional Integration Ideas & Tutorials

Last Updated: 10/20/2015