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80+ Google Forms for the Classroom | The Curious Creative

80+ Google Forms for the Classroom | The Curious Creative | Google Drive | Scoop.it
Google Forms is a great tool and I hope to use it more throughout this year. Take a look here for a more detailed introduction and guide to using and creating a

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This is a great tool to use with our students.

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Kirsten Wilson's curator insight, February 8, 2014 2:44 PM

The list is endless.  Looking through this helps generate ideas on how to utilize forms to enhance/inform instruction, gain insight and individualize learning for students..

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Just-in-Time Teaching: Harnessing the Power of Google Forms

Just-in-Time Teaching: Harnessing the Power of Google Forms | Google Drive | Scoop.it
I use Google Forms to share with my students a just-in-time weekly assessment, which tells me how much of the outside, online material they have covered

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Docs Blog: Spell checking powered by the web

Google has lauched an update to their spell checking (in documents and presentations) that "grows and adapts with the web, instead of relying on a fixed dictionary. This update has a few big advantages over traditional spell checkers:

1. Suggestions are contextual. For example, the spell checker is now smart enough to know what you mean if you type “Icland is an icland.”

2. Contextual suggestions are made even if the misspelled word is in the dictionary. If you write “Let’s meat tomorrow morning for coffee” you’ll see a suggestion to change “meat” to “meet."
3. Suggestions are constantly evolving."


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