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Classroom Ideas for Google Forms

Carol LaRow


Google Forms:

Google Docs also has "Forms," and they are right in the drop down menu along with Docs, Spreadsheets, and Presentations.

They are easy to create and offer a variety of uses in the school setting:

Google Forms have features which make collaboration and sharing of information easier:


There are sample Forms at the bottom of this page.

You can do the following:

  1. Note: Sample Forms at the bottom of this page.
  2. The table below:
    - lists other classroom uses
    - has links to some ideas/ templates you can use to get started

More Forms will be added to this page.




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   General:
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Class surveys or votes
Checklist to complete steps in an assignment (see Storytelling FORM Below)
Field Trip choices
Classroom votes, choices
School or community issues
"Get to Know You" icebreakers at the beginning of the school year; students tell about themselves
Scavenger Hunts
Posting a collaborative project for others to join - "Historical Voyages and Events"          See FORM results

Tracking school-wide issues and votes

   Language Arts:
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Compositions - Peer Review Partners/Peer EditorsmmmmSee spreadsheet resultsmmmmmmmSee Summary Chart
Storytelling - FORM Checklist to complete stepsmmmmmSee spreadsheet resultsmmmmmmmSee Summary Chart
Homonym Review
Vocabulary
Book reviews, complete with choices for title, autor, and genre
Keeping track of novels read each semester
Story starters; round robin stories, with each successive student adding text
Creating lists of favorite novels for others to access
Creating thoughts and reactions to topics for student journals
  Math:
homework assignments online, with students filling in answers
class collections of data gathering
online math games
student created games for teaching their peers
  Social Studies:
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determining what students already know about topics, prior to studying
answering essay questions after units of study
listing informaion for student projects; sharing information and knowledge in peer-to-peer learning
  >>>> American Revolution sample quiz            See FORM Results in spreadsheet               See Summary Chart
   Librarians:
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Ask A Librarian                              See Spreadsheet Results
Request a Novel by Genre              See Spreadsheet Resultsmmmmmm See Summary Chart
   Other:
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compiling results of science experiments
keeping track of sports events, teams, scores
   Trainings:
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  >>>> Sample Docs Starting Page
   >>>> Submit your project
  >>>> Mid-Course Reflection
If you have any Forms you would like to add for others to use, please contact me.
We can link to your Form from this page.
Sample Forms To Fill Out (All open in separate browser windows)
  1. Composition - Peer Review (FORM users fill out) - Link
  2. American Revolution - short quiz (also posted below on this page) - Link
  3. Historical Voyages & Events (online project to join) - Link
Sample Spreadsheet Results
  1. Composition - Peer Review (posted below) - Link
  2. American Revolution - short quiz (posted below) - Link
  3. Historical Voyages & Events (online project to join) - Link
 This is what you see after you fill out the Composition Form.
Sample Summary Chart Results
  1. Composition - Peer Review (posted below) - Link
  2. American Revolution - short quiz (posted below) - Link
  3. Historical Voyages & Events (online project to join) - Link
Examples of Forms You Can Fill Out:

1) Feel Free to Fill Out Either Form Below:
    
   • Compositions - Peer Editing (longer FORM)
        • American Revolution (shorter FORM)

2) Note that the examples below are EMBEDDED on a webpage.

3) Click "SUBMIT" when done and see what happens.

4) Your answers go immediately to the spreadsheet (FORM).

5) Click on the links above to view results, with "your" answers included.




American Revolution - shorter Form (embedded on a webpage)



View this FORM in a separate browser window



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