Tech Tips #3.27

Week of March 21, 2016

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What Is Google Forms?

Google Forms allow you to plan events, make a survey or poll, give students a quiz, or collect other information in an easy, streamlined way. You can create a form from Google Drive or from an existing spreadsheet that can record the responses to your form.


All Forms are saved to your Google Drive account.

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Examples

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NOTE: To access the Assignment Link, Quiz, Reflection, and Rubric template files shown above, click here (http://bit.ly/gcFormTemplates) and follow the instructions in the **INSTRUCTIONS-READ FIRST file to make copies of the templates.


To access the Exit Ticket and Survey templates, visit http://forms.google.com

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How do I access Google Forms?

1. Go to http://forms.google.com and log into your GCCISD Google Account.

NOTE: All staff and students have GCCISD Google Accounts. Click below to learn more.

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How do I get started with Google Forms?

Watch the video below by Mickie Mueller.
Overview of Google Forms February 2016
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Go Paperless with Google Forms PDF

Click above to download the help guide PDF

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Responses

Watch the video below by Mickie Mueller to learn how to access the response data.
Responses in Google Forms February 2016
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Add-ons

Third-party apps developed by users to add more to your Google Drive experience. Access them from More > Add-ons...


Click the FREE button to install the Add-on.

Flubaroo

The Flubaroo SHEETS Add-On will allow you to quickly grade and analyze online assignments and assessments that are created with Google Forms.


Watch the video below by Thomas Kohli to learn how to install & use the Flubaroo add-on.

Flubaroo for Google forms
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