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5 Things You Did Not Know About Google Forms

5 Things You Did Not Know About Google Forms
Google Forms allows you to create pages so that all of the questions are not all on one screen. In some circumstances the questions do not apply for every student. If students answer no they are not participating in a sport the section of questions about which sports the student participates in can be skipped. If you are using a Google Form as a formative assessment quiz you can direct students to a page with instruction on the topic if they get the question wrong or go to the next question if they get the question correct. Start by creating all of your pages. Use the “Add item” drop down menu to add multiple page breaks. For Multiple Choice questions there is an option to “Go to page based on answer.” When students finish filling out a Google Form the default message is “Your response has been recorded.” If some of the fields of your Google Form are highly likely to have a specific answer or if you reuse your Form it can be handy to pre-select some of the answers in Form.

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Delivering Peer Feedback with Google Forms Posted by Alice Keeler, Google Certified Teacher Editor's note: Today’s guest author is Alice Keeler, a Google Certified Teacher, New Media Consortium K12 Ambassador and LEC Admin & Online and Blended certified. Alice taught high school math for 14 years and is an Adjunct Professor of Curriculum, Instruction and Technology at California State University Fresno. Alice coaches teachers and administrators on using technology in the classroom. In my high school and college classes, I’m one teacher working with up to 150 students.

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