Hi John,I like the way you have been able to use forms in google docs. It has given me some great ideas. We use forms in google docs as a way for students and teachers to share educational content for their ipods and cellphones. In particular, we have created gFlash and MLA at www.gWhizMobile.com. Gflash is a bit like flashcards on steroids, incorporating sound, tactile, image, and other types of media to enhance retention of material. MLA stands for Mobile Learning Assessment, and is a tool for teachers to send assessments out to students and gather performance data/scores back from them digitally. Regards,Ralph
Hi,The form is great for a skill builder or quiz. They can be self graded. Go to Google Docs>Create New>From TemplateIn Public Templates search for Self Graded Instructions are included on the template. Have fun!! It is a great tool and teacher time saver! Googlz
I am collaborating with teachers to create a walkthrough form that collects instructional strategies data. Students have also used Google Docs Forms for surveying their peers on many topics. A teacher utilized it with students to gather feedback on the course she taught.
I used a Google form embedded on my library website this fall during open house to collect parent and student email addresses. I then shared the form with all teachers in our school.
I am a 9th and 10th grade language arts teacher, and I use Google Forms for short quizzes for my students. Here is an example of a recent quiz I have given to my 9th graders:http://spreadsheets.google.com/viewform?formkey=dFctaHZhcGlIZkJwWktraUVaUS1PNkE6MA
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