Tech Tips You'll Love
1. Create a Google Form as a pre-assessment at the beginning of a unit or topic. Give the assessment again at the end to measure student learning.
2. Use a Google Form as a student interest survey. Then tie your students' interests into your daily lesson plans.
3. Encourage students to read more by setting up a form that allows them to track their daily reading minutes.
4. Create quizzes using Google Forms and then have them automatically graded by using a Google Add-On called Flubaroo.
The short five minute video below will walk you through the steps of creating a Google Form.
"Creating a Google Form" by Tony Amsler
Organizing Google Drive
"These Two Buttons In Google Drive Will Help Keep You Organized" by The Gooru
18 Hours of FREE Google Training Videos
Eric's website, Control Alt Achieve, contains a wealth of information related to all aspects of Google Apps for Education. Click on the link above to access the home page, then click on the webinars tab to see all the upcoming and previously recorded sessions.
If you are ready to try out Google Classroom, or just want to know a little more about it, and you teach grades 3-12, don't hesitate to send an email to Kelli Marsh.