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Simplify Data Collection and Documentation with Google Forms

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Have you been looking for the perfect way to document student progress, knowledge, performance, and anecdotals? In this webinar, join Dr. Monica Burns as she shows how to create forms to efficiently keep track of notes, anecdotal evidence, baselines, assessments, and more using one of her favorite free and customizable tools - Google Forms! Whether you're carrying a tablet, using a laptop, or working from a desktop, this data collection tool will revolutionize how you document student achievement. In addition to sharing examples of forms and the types of data you can collect and input, Monica will also explain how to get students to input and provide information as well.


Status: Available On-Demand
Subject: General
Last aired on: Saturday, March 17, 2018 @ 11:00 AM EDT
Duration: 30 minutes
Credit Hours: 0.5
Categories: Assessment & Review , Classroom Management, Google Intermediate
Tags: Data Collection, Documentation, GDOL0124, Google Docs, Google Forms

Reviews (89)

Full Member
Very helpful - thank you :)
Full Member
Thanks for great info on forms.
Full Member
Examples of acutal forms and how they are used in class is very helpful.
Full Member
Great info on forms!
Full Member
I like the idea of this but it was very frustrating for me to attempt to create the form because my form requires more steps and I could not get it done. I will try again another time but for right now I am able to do it. I believe that once I get it this will be very useful for me
Full Member
Great information on utilizing Google Forms. Thanks for sharing.
Full Member
All teachers should be looking for the perfect way to document student progress, knowledge, performance, and anecdotals. Google forms seems to be a good way! Thank you for the information. I will use Google Forms.
Full Member
Comprehensive and inspiring demonstration of the value Google Forms can bring to assessments, efficiency and collaborative communication. Although Monica's emphasis for this webinar is from the perspective of daily input by the teacher and my focus with high school students is having them read and respond inputting data directly into Google forms the classroom and homework, Monica's entire presentation was very useful towards both ends. I'm curious about how Monica did the QR thing, but I will be reaching out for her resources and expect answers will come within. Thanks for an inspiring and valuable presentation!
Full Member
Great information! Thank You
Basic Member
Very informative! Thank you.
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