A Google Form is a way to collect information from students digitally. Google Forms are easy to create and the results are easy to sort using Google Sheets.
In the classroom...
I have used Google Forms as formative assessments, quizzes, surveys and as a way to collect feedback from students. The possibilities are almost endless; anything that you would have students fill out on paper can be recreated digitally as a Google Form. Check out this crowdsourced list for more ideas.
When I experimented with flipping my classroom I used Google Forms to check for student understanding of the tutorial.
With the ability to insert videos and photos, format answers as text, multiple choice, check boxes, scales and more there are an endless number of ways to customize a form.
Create a form: Some quick tutorials to get you started.
Forms help page from Google.
A video by Kristin Pontarelli a Spanish teacher with a flipped classroom in East Greenwich.
A series of videos that starts with the basics of making a form and introduces a grading add on.
Use Google Forms to grade for you!
Flubaroo is a script that you can add on to a Google Sheet that can grade student reponses in under a minute. Their website walks you through every step of the process.
If you have any questions or just want more information please feel free to contact me!
Alexandra Braga - firstname.lastname@example.org / @ms_braga
Shea High School