Google Forms is one of the versatile tools we use for a wide variety of instructional purposes. From creating survey forms to designing short formative assessment quizzes, Google Forms is definitely a life saver for teachers.With the added functionalities brought about by integrated add-ons , teachers can now perform some amazing things with their forms. Below are three examples of tools to simplify your classroom workflow.
Google Forms is a free and simple way to collect information--from quickly polling your friends about who'll be attending your trip to the haunted hayride, to getting thousands of responses to an awareness survey for work.
Over the last few months, Forms has been getting a bunch of updates to help you make good looking surveys, like new theme choices and the ability to create your own personalized themes.
Google Forms is one of the powerful tools you want to make sure you have in your teaching toolkit.There are different ways you can use it with your students in class. You can, for instance, use it to create quizzes, polls, questionnaires, and surveys. You can also use it to design permission forms, absence slips, classroom events forms…you name it. The great thing about Google Forms, besides being free and easy to use, is the fact that it is integrated with Google Drive which means that any form you create is automatically saved in your Drive and you can access it anywhere you go with Internet connection.
Google Forms do not have to necessarily contain only textual input, adding some multimedia materials like images and videos can even make these forms more appealing and content rich. It is almost a year now since Google integrated the features to add images and videos to Forms and below are two visual guides to help you use these two features
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Google Forms has received some nice enhancements over the last few months. Still there are times when I've wished that Google Forms could do more. That's where Form+ comes into the picture.
Form+ is a third party service that adds features to Google Forms. Probably the best aspect of Form+ is that through it you can create forms that can accept file uploads. Form+ offers pre-made form templates for you to use. You can also create your own form templates through Form+'s drag-and-drop interface.
Randy Rodgers shared a Form+ tutorial on Google+ earlier this month. I encourage you to watch his tutorial to see Form+ in action.
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Les Formulaires Google sont très pratiques pour Planifier des événements, publier un Sondage, ou recueillir facilement toutes sortes d'Informations. Il est possible deLier un formulaire Google à une Feuille de calcul Google. Si une feuille de calcul est liée au formulaire, les réponses sont Automatiquement ajoutées en temps réel à la feuille de calcul. Dans le cas contraire, les utilisateurs peuvent les afficher dans la page Résumé des réponses, accessible à partir du menu Réponses.
This morning I answered an email from a reader who was looking for a way to be alerted whenever a student entered new information into the Google Form that she shared with them. There are a couple of Google Sheets scripts that can be used to accomplish this task. The easiest script to use is called "form_alert." This simple script will send you an email alert whenever someone enters new information into your form.
Google has just released a set of some new interesting features on Google Form. One of these new updates is adding videos to forms. I have been tinkering around with this new feature and decided to about create this visual guide to help you integrate videos into your forms. If you are still not in the know, just a couple of months ago, Google Forms added the ability to add pictures to forms reading " Teachers' Visual Guide to Adding Images to Google Forms" to learn more.
Google released today four new features to its popular service Google Forms. And because we use all kinds of forms in our teaching, the four new features (progress bars, data validation, embedded YouTube videos, and custom messages )will be a great addition to the overall usefulness of this service. I am sharing them with you below and I invite you to try them in your future forms.
Google Forms is one of the potent services Google provides for free for its users. Using Google Forms, you can very easily and without the need for any advanced technology knowledge create all kinds of forms to use with your students from contact forms to quizzes and polls. Since its inception a few years ago, Google Forms has undergone some major updates and the last one in this regard is enabling users to embed pictures and images into forms.
Google Form is getting better and better, with every new update Google adds new awesome services. Now users can easily add images to their forms. Until a couple of days ago , you can only create text-based forms but now with a single click you can embed images right into the content of your form. This is particularly useful for teachers creating image-based quizzes and surveys.
Today as I was working on Google Forms to create some forms for my colleagues in the university, the idea of providing my readers here with some practical pre-made template forms dawned on me. I know many of you would have recourse to the services provided by Google Forms and sometimes it would take you a lot of time to get what you want into form; having a set of ready made forms can make your job easier knowing that most of the ones I handpicked for you today are among the most used templates in Google Docs. You can also check the list of 20 Google Forms I published last year for more choices. Enjoy