Archivo de la Categoría ‘Google Forms’

An Introduction to Google Forms for Teachers

Using Google Forms can be the solution to many problems that teachers have. I’ve used Forms for years to save time in delivering and grading short quizzes. Forms are also great for conducting surveys, keeping track of items borrowed from your classroom, and to gather contact information from parents. If you haven’t tried Google Forms, I created the following videos just for you.See it on Scoop.it, via TIC & Educación

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Google Classroom + Google Forms = Magic

It is now significantly easier to utilize Google Forms in Google Classroom. Simply attach a Form using the Google Drive attachment option when making a post. Students are automatically linked to the live view of the Form. For the teacher, Classroom provides a link right in the stream to view the results in Google Sheets.See it on Scoop.it, via TIC & Educación

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5 Five Google Forms Add-ons I Frequently Recommend

In the course of a year I lead many training sessions about Google Forms. In all of those sessions I have a handful of Google Forms Add-ons that I introduce to participants. These five Add-ons cover a lot of bases.See it on Scoop.it, via TIC & Educación

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6 Things Every Teacher Should Be Able to Do on The New Google Forms

As you know, Google has recently revamped several of its Drive services including Google Forms. This latter has particularly been redesigned to incorporate several of the features that were missing in the old form. We have already written a step by step guide to help teachers learn more about the different functionalities offered by the new Forms. Today, we are highlighting 6 more important things every teacher should be able to do on the New Google Forms. Check them…

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Teacher’s Guide on How to Create Forms Using The New Google Forms

Google Forms is a powerful tool with huge educational potential for teachers and educators. Besides being free and easy to use, Forms works across different devices and is seamlessly integrated with other Drive services such as Docs and Spreadsheets. As a teacher, you can use Forms for a variety of purposes including: planning an event, making surveys and polls, creating quizzes, collecting feedback and other information from students and many more. We have already posted a step…

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6 novedades en Documentos, Hojas de cálculo y Formularios de Google

El equipo de Google anunció hoy una serie de novedades que nos ayudarán a realizar nuestros trabajos académicos y laborales de manera simple y rápida.Por ejemplo, ahora será mucho más fácil realizar trabajos de investigación desde Android, ya que podremos buscar información y diferentes contenidos para nuestro trabajo sin salir de la app e integrarlos a nuestro documento.Esto nos ahorrará un par de clics y tener …

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Embed a Google Form in a ThingLink Video

This week, participants in the ThingLink Teacher Challenge were encouraged to Engage Students with ThingLink for Video. The goal of this challenge is to add a layer of resources and interactivity to any video to design a customized student driven learning experience. A great tool for customizing an educational video is the Google Form. This handy tool can be embedded right inside of a ThingLink Video tag and displayed live within the video. See it on Scoop.it, via …

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Google Forms: Sort Responses Backwards

When students fill out a Google Form the responses go to the bottom. If you are using the same Google Form repeatedly this can make for a lot of scrolling.See it on Scoop.it, via TIC & Educación

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Organizing Descriptive Feedback with Google Forms

By creating a Google Form to record students’ descriptive feedback for each subject, every single comment is in one spreadsheet and I can simply sort the sheet or filter it by name to see only one child’s feedback. This is unbelievably helpful when generating strengths and next steps for report card comments.See it on Scoop.it, via TIC & Educación

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How to Create a Google Form – to share

How to Create a Google Form in 10 simple steps bit.ly/createagoogleform 1. In your Drive, click on the NEW drop down menu and select Google Form. 2. Give your form a logical title. 3. Check the first two boxes so that students have to log in to complete the form aSee it on Scoop.it, via TIC & Educación

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Google Classroom: Using Google Forms

I’ve said many times that Google Forms is the greatest thing since sliced bread. If you are not using Google Forms, check out my directions for using Google Forms for Formative Assessment. The best way to distribute a Google Form to your students is through Google Classroom. Here is how to do that.See it on Scoop.it, via TIC & Educación

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Google Forms: Create a Formative Assessment Quiz

An excellent tool for formative assessment is Google Forms. Good formative assessment allows you to be quickly responsive to student needs. Google Forms gives you the data from students instantly after they press submit. Since all student answers are together in one spreadsheet it is easy to quickly get a snapshot of how the students are understanding.See it on Scoop.it, via TIC & Educación

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Google Forms to create auto correcting quizzes

So how can you use Google Forms to create auto correcting quizzes or assignments? Well there is an Add-on available to Google Sheets, Flubaroo, which you can download for free. ‘Google Sheets!’ I hear you say. Yep! Google Forms write the answers directly to Google Sheets and it is through Google Sheets that we will carry out the auto correct. Don’t worry, I am going to walk you through the process. Let’s…

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Some Very Good Google Forms Tools for Teachers

Google Forms is one of the versatile tools we use for a wide variety of instructional purposes. From creating survey forms to designing short formative assessment quizzes, Google Forms is definitely a life saver for teachers.With the added functionalities brought about by integrated add-ons , teachers can now perform some amazing things with their forms. Below are three examples of tools to simplify your classroom workflow.See it on Scoop.it, via TIC & Educación

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Google Forms: Reusing Them Next Year

Hopefully, you have figured out by now that Google Forms is the best thing since sliced bread. If you are trying to be paperless, Google Forms is a must have. Not only are you paperless but all of your information is typed and in a single location. No more shuffling or losing papers. The data from the Google Form goes to a Google spreadsheet. Once your information is in a spreadsheet the things you can do with it are…

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Google Forms cuestionarios educativos

Entre las múltiples alternativas para generar cuestionarios tipo test en Internet, quizás una de las más conocidas y utilizadas por los maestros y docentes del mundo, sea Google Forms o Formularios de Google.Los formularios de Google, cuentan con una enorme ventaja para los docentes, porque primero nos brinda la oportunidad de crear formularios electrónico si necesidad de saber programar y segundo los podemos personalizar a nuestro antojo.See it on Scoop.it, via TIC …

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Cómo crear y evaluar tests en Google Drive

En este video te mostramos cómo crear tests y corregirlos automáticamente en Google Drive.See it on Scoop.it, via TIC & Educación

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Google Forms: Students Respond with Math Symbols

Someone asked me how math students can respond with math answers like fractions into a Google Form. The answers from a Google Form are submitted to a Google Sheets spreadsheet. Thus the responses are limited to what can be entered into a spreadsheet. However, students can use other products to respond mathematically and provide the link in the Google Form.See it on Scoop.it, via TIC & Educación

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How to Print a Google Form and or Save it as a PDF

Using Google Forms can be a good way to create a quiz for your students to take. Unfortunately, if not all of your students have access to the web then you might need to print copies of the quiz. I was recently asked how to do this so I shot the following video to demonstrate how to print a Google Form.See it on Scoop.it, via TIC & Educación

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How to Create a Simple Check Out / Check In System in Google Forms

A couple of days ago I wrote a post about the Google Forms Add-on called CheckItOut. CheckItOut allows you to create a simple check-out/ check-in system in a Google Form. Since I published that post I have had a handful of people email or Facebook me asking for a little more guidance on using CheckItOut. Yesterday, I created a screencast video about CheckItOut. You can check it out below. (see what I did there?)See …

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