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Create Self-Checking Quizzes with Google Forms and Spreadsheets

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Overview

Do you spend too much time grading quizzes? Would you like to easily create self-checking quizzes that automatically provide you feedback? This webinar will explore the template gallery in Google Drive, which provides some good examples of forms you can create for your own classroom. One of these forms is a self-checking quiz that automatically grades your student's answers. Join Kim Munoz as she shows how to find and use one of these templates to create your own quiz using formulas in Google Spreadsheets.

Details

Status: Available On-Demand
Subject: ICT
Last aired on: Tuesday, June 4, 2019 @ 2:00 PM EDT
Duration: 30 minutes
Credit Hours: 0.5
Categories: Assessment & Review , Classroom Management, Google Basics, Organizational & Time-saving Tools
Tags: assessments, classroom management, Google, Google Drive, Google Forms, Google Spreadsheets, quizzes, reviews, templates, time-saving tools

Reviews (60)

Full Member
 
I really enjoyed this presentation. I can't wait to make my own quizzes using Google Forms.
 
Very informative. This provided many tips. I plan to create quizzes using google forms for next year.
 
Helpful information!
Full Member
 
Although I have a lot of experience with Google Forms, there was some things that I did not know how to do, specifically the self-checking portion. This is a great time saver. I like that students can get feedback immediately, and it also makes it easier for the teacher to collect and analyze data.
Full Member
 
Great information. Can't wait to try creating my own google forms.
Full Member
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I thought it was well done even though I am watching it on demand, it is nice to have an address to ask an additional question.
Full Member
 
Great info.!
 
Google is organizational and a great time saver, thank you.
Full Member
 
Too much talking, not enough troubleshooting
Full Member
 
Nice information
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