Google Forms

Diboll ISD - Beginner

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Google Forms a teacher/student connection

What in the World are Google Forms Used For?!

Manage event registrations, whip up a quick opinion poll or quiz, collect parent information, create a sign-up sheet, create exams, and much more. Even better, multiple people can work at the same time, and every change is saved automatically.


Christie Stephens (Elementary) uses Forms to gather information from teachers for RTI, SPED, and other student meetings.

Rachel Bowker (Primary) used them to vote on activities that were going on at their campus. i.e., Christmas Party

Lostra Burrow (Elementary) uses them for gathering information for scanned DMAC tests. She said the spreadsheet is great because she can share it with Mrs. Dover and the Interventionists.

Deanna Willmann (Junior High) said she used them when "flipping" her classroom.

Michelle Weaver (Junior High) said she uses Forms for almost all of her quizzes and some daily assignments. Her words were, "I LOVE, LOVE, LOVE them because I do not have to grade them thanks to (the add-on) Flubaroo!"

Jennifer Garcia (High School) Creating menu/food orders, signups for projects/jobs, signups for pot luck lunches, detention/FNL log for staff use, parents contact sheets/logs, grade sheets/reports, and databases for schools they compete with are just a FEW of the ways that Google Forms are used in her classroom!

Julie Smith (Intermediate) - Julie used them for the campus to vote on the yearbook cover, for volunteers to choose an AR and AM Reward Night, and for the faculty's Happy Hour requests....Sonic Happy Hour! : )

Gina Souto (Intermediate) says, "I use this to gather morning announcements."

Connie Minshew (High School) uses them for address lists, PLAAFP statements she shares with her diagnostician and testing lists.

Todd Foley (High School) uses them for major exams in his history classes!

Meredith Walker (Elementary) - Meredith says, "I use Google for Techno Grants, Schedule, How Students Go Home, Sub Notes, Student Roster, Behavior Note, Newsletter...."

Diana Moore (Primary) - Mrs. Moore says, "Everything is done on Google forms

From schedules to lesson plans shared photos for pictures, parent contact logs, all parent notes, data spreadsheets, response forms to reach consensus when we have to make decisions in between staff meetings, master schedules, class schedules, student worksheets, template for learning center activities, sight words, etc., etc.....Again everything."

Kaleena Mayo (Elementary) - Kaleena says, "I used Google forms as team leader to organize birthdays/favorites for the grade level. I created one for the parents to get to know my students at the beginning of the year...I want to use them in the classroom to survey favorite books or book discussions..."

Ashlei Rios (Junior High) - Ashlei says, "I just used Google forms today while I was out sick. My students viewed a slideshow and completed fill in the blank notes, then used their notes to answer questions in the form. This way I could ensure they were completing all tasks assigned and view the live form while I was at home and at the doc." She sent me one of the exams/quizzes she created in Google Forms along with the students' responses. WOW, WOW, WOW!!!

Sally Macher (High School) - Sally says, "I use Google Forms for book requests from students. I plan on using one to send an evaluation for prospective National Honor Society students."

What you’ll need to create a Google Form:

Your Google Account

10 minutes

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Build Your Form

To start, we’ll create a new form and tailor it for your audience. Forms automatically saves every change you make.

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Create a New Form

In Google Drive, click New > More > Google Forms.

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Design Your Form

  1. Rename your form: Click Untitled form and type a new name.
  2. Change your form’s look and feel: At the top, click to change the background color or click to change the form’s theme. You can choose an existing theme or upload photos to make your own theme.

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Add and Edit Questions

Add questions: To add a question to your form, click and select one of the following types of question:

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Edit Your Form

Add a title and description: Click and enter a title and brief description.

Add image: Click and drag an image to the box or click Choose an image to upload.

Add video: Click and search for the video or add the URL and click .

Add section: Click and enter a title for the section. Then, click to duplicate, delete, or merge it. Click to expand or minimize a section view.

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Share and Collaborate

To work on your form with teammates or even people outside of your company, just share it. As with any Google document, people can make changes at the same time, and you’ll see their changes after they happen.

Open the form you want to share.

On the Forms menu bar, click and select .

In the Invite people section, enter any user or group email addresses you want to share with and click Send.

Click Done.

Everyone you shared with will receive an email with a link to your form, which they can now edit.

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Send Your Form

When you’re done editing your form, it’s time to start gathering some answers!

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Analyze Responses

After you create your form and send it out, you can view the responses in 3 different ways.

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Check Out These Links for Extra Forms Fun!

81 Interesting Ways to Use Google Forms in the Classroom

Click HERE for the link. Enjoy!
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