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Fabulous Forms: Amazing Ways to Integrate Google Forms in the Classroom

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Google Forms is an incredibly versatile, but often overlooked, free tool for both teachers and students. From basic surveys, to exit tickets, to parent or peer feedback, to auto-differentiating quizzes, forms have almost endless potential for collecting, organizing, and assessing information. In this webinar, join Meredith Martin as she takes a look at a variety of ways to use forms in the classroom to streamline your teaching and assess student learning. You'll leave with a toolkit packed with sample forms you can start using right away.


Status: Available On-Demand
Subject: ICT
Last aired on: Saturday, April 18, 2020 @ 1:00 PM EDT
Duration: 30 minutes
Credit Hours: 0.5
Categories: Assessment & Review , Google Intermediate
Tags: collecting data, feedback, Google Forms, quizzes, review, surveys

Reviews (100)

Full Member
Great information on setting up and using forms in the classroom.
Full Member
Great information!!
Great information. I am excited to try making differentiated quizzes based on answer choices. I love the idea of providing explanations with pictures or videos and allowing kids to try again.

I can't wait to create a "Choose your own adventure story" with google forms.
great information
Full Member
Awesome! You share very valuable info.
Please continue to share:)
Basic Member
I love the different ways in which you used google forms in the classroom. Also thank you for the resources and links that would further assist me in using the forms. Very informative
Full Member
Thank you. Nice guide to using forms in the classroom.
Thank you this was great!
Full Member
You rock Meredith! I enjoyed your speaking pace and enjoyed your step by step explanations. Now have a better understanding. I can really learn with you. Thanks :)
Full Member
This webinar has some really great tips that will make my lessons so much more engaging. Thank you. Time well spent.
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