Want a quick and paperless way to get feedback and responses from your students? Want to impress your administration with beautiful data, charts and graphs demonstrating student growth? Sick of grading, sorting and passing back around exit slips, handouts, test and quizzes?
If you answered yes to any of the above then you need to try out Google Forms! To start you are going to need to get a Google account and become familiar with your Google Drive. Leary about getting a Gmail/Google account? Read up on my 10 Reasons You Should be Using Google Drive and then head on over to and learn about Google Drive Basics .
Get started making your first Google Form by watching the video below!
How did your first form turn out? How would you use it in your classroom?
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