With Google Forms, teachers can easily build surveys and quizzes in just a few clicks, then analyze the data in real-time. These applications alone can save you time and address big challenges in the classroom, but there are many more innovative ways to use Forms.
Review each of the links below to learn about 5 out-of-the-box ways to implement Forms in your classroom. Whether you’re new to Forms or frequent user, there’s much to be found in the resources below!
1. Data Tracking
Streamline your system for collecting data in the classroom from student work to parent communication records to teacher task reminders.
2. Content Delivery
Build a sequenced lesson in Google Forms, perfect for students who need extra scaffolding to complete multiple-step activities.
3. Grading and Feedback
Add audio to your Forms for easy feedback, accessible questions, and student responses.
Keep track of your communication to caregivers with a reusable form.
5. Just for Fun!
Incorporate a Choose Your Own Adventure-style activity into your lesson with this easy tutorial.
And if the ideas above weren’t enough, here are a few MORE ways to use Forms:
- “5 Google Forms Templates You Can Use In Class Tomorrow,” by Matt Miller
- “30 Ways to Use Google Forms in the Classroom,” by Kasey Bell
- “15 Ways To Use Google Forms,” by Miss G