Teachers everywhere are using Google Forms in the classroom for making self-graded assessments. But Google Forms can be used for so much more!
Take a look at this awesome list of new ways to use Google Forms in the classroom! Click on each one for details.
When students create something digitally using a Google tool, like a Google Doc, or Google Slides, they can turn it in by uploading it to a Google Form.
This generates an organized list of files you can easily access. No more missing student email submissions or searching for shared documents!
It seems everyone is making Escape Rooms lately. They are so much fun! But you do not need to invest in actual combination locks to do it. All you need is a Google Form!
***Teaching Tip!*** Always check to be sure your Google Form is working properly BEFORE giving it to your kids. Do this by using the “view” button at the top. Go though the whole thing just like you were a student. I have found SO many mistakes.
Information is important! Data about student behavior is so helpful when deciding how best to help our students.
But, to be honest, when I am in the middle of teaching, or helping other students, it is hard to stop everything and record student behavior.
Google Forms makes data collection a breeze!
Some students get overwhelmed by large assignments. They benefit by having tasks broken down, step by step. Google Forms is a great way to do this so that they only get one piece at a time!
Regular self reflection is a powerful tool for motivating students to do their best. It is also great tool for encouraging a growth mindset.
Using Google Forms will make self reflection easy, and give your students (and you) quick access to valuable data.
You or your students can create digital portfolios of their work using Google Forms. For the teacher, this is a great way to track growth and keep a collection of assignments as data.
How do you know which students in your class need extra help and who is ready for more? Daily monitoring of student progress is so important – and it does not have to be hard, or take a long time!
Looking for more ways to use technology in the classroom? Here are my three favorite online tools – so simple you can learn how to use all three in less than fifteen minutes!