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81 Interesting Ways to Use Google Forms to Support Learning

March31

google-appsOK, so I’m a Google Girl. I own it. And I’m proud of it. And that’s because of the wide range of educational tools that this tech giant provides—free of charge—for teachers and students. Plus, Google is my go-to tool personally as well.

From devices and apps to digital citizenship resources and YouTubeEDU to the World Wonders Project, maps, advanced searches and the MIT App Inventor, Google products can help transform teaching and learning. And of course, there’s Google Apps for Education, a suite of tools that includes email, documents, presentations and sites that allow students to work together across any device at any time.

All of these innovative and edgy uses of technology… All of this power to leverage learning… All of these choices and yet one of my most favorite Google services is one that is actually pretty simplistic: Google Forms. A component of GAFE, forms can be created quickly and easily for unlimited amount of uses for the classroom: assessment, polls, surveys, questionnaires and so much more! And the best part? There is no need to have advanced technology skills to make forms an integral part of your digital toolkit.

Still not sold on the whole Google forms concept? Then check out the 81 Interesting Ways to Use Google Form to Support Learning slideshow embedded below. Trust me, it won’t take very long to make you a believer! Even if only three ways suit your needs, that’s three more learning tools at your disposal—right?

Of course, the presentation was generated using another Google Apps gem: Google Slides, a tool similar to Microsoft PowerPoint except for it allows for online collaboration among users. That said, if you have a unique way of utilizing forms in your classroom, feel free to add your idea to the collection. Just click on the “Open Editor” option in the settings menu and a copy of the slideshow will be transferred to your Google Drive. From there you can insert a new slide into the presentation.

Click the “X” symbol on the toolbar to view a full screen version of the presentation.

A huge shout out to Tom Barrett for creating and sharing this fabulous edtech resource!

Having trouble viewing the slideshow? Click here to access it in a new window.

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