What teacher wouldn't want to eliminate assessment paperwork? Read on to learn how…
Eliminate assessment paperwork with Google Forms.
Are you tired of collecting paperwork from your students? Do you wish there was a way you could collect them and keep them digitally in your computer? The answer is easier than you think. In this 3-Minute Classroom Problem Solver, SimpleK12's Teacher Learning Community presenter Kim Munoz explains how you can use Google Drive to eliminate assessment paperwork, saving you precious time. Yippee!
Kim does a wonderful job explaining how she uses Google Forms to collect information from students and house it digitally inside her Google Drive account. She'll walk you through how to create a basic form. I promise you, it's simple! You do NOT need to be a tech wizard to create your first form from scratch. Google takes care of all of the details for you. (If you'd like to learn more in-depth from Kim on setting up your first form, click here.)
Have you been using Google Forms for awhile now? You may be ready for the next step in easy assessment with Google. Lean in close now and I'll tell you a secret – there is another tool you can use in conjunction with Google Forms to grade all your assessments automatically. And yes, it's also free! Click here to learn all about it in another 3-Minute Classroom Problem Solver.
Once you get going with Google Forms, there are so many ways you can use it to help you in the classroom. Entrance tickets, exit tickets, pop-quizzes, sign-up forms, parent questionnaires, feedback surveys – how are you planning on using this tool?
About Our How to Eliminate Assessment Paperwork Presenter Kim Munoz is an Instructional Technologist for Franklin ISD and a former Bryan ISD middle school technology teacher with over 16 years of teaching experience. She has conducted well over 50 unique training sessions for SimpleK12, click here to take a look at more videos from Kim.
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