2Google Forms will change your world. Molly EbbersKarcher Middle School
3Advanced Optional Agenda What are Google Forms and why do you really want to use them?Basics for creating a form.Making forms available to othersFinding and organizing dataSuggestions for useAdvanced Optional AgendaCreate a self grading formORMake your own form
5What else?* Plan your holiday parties, showers, vacations.* Plan a pot luck* Embed practice quizzes in a website* Forms for work checks or classroom behavior.* Readers workshop response* Create Rubrics
7For GAFE users (Google Apps for educator) Getting the new Forms: If you are using your school account, you may not see the new forms yet. In that case, have your GAFE administrator go to their Dashboard, then to "Domain Settings". From there they should click on "General" and then "New User Features". If they select "Rapid Release" all the users in your GAFE domain should get these new releases right away!
8What are Google forms Part of the Google Drive suite. Create forms and surveys.Delivered ElectronicallyResponses are collected in a Google Drivespreadsheet.
9Why Use Google Forms? Simple to Use Wide variety of uses, in and out of the classroom.Variety of ways to deliver the from.Responses are collected electronically.And it is paperless. (you don't have to get up early to sneak in 130 copies at the copier ever again).Quickly and easily collect data.Integrated into Google Drive
10Create a new form.From your Google Drive homepage click the create button and choose form.
11Let's get started: Your Form If you do not wantto see this windowwhen you open a form,uncheck.Choose your theme or background.Tip: If you are embedding in a website leave the theme plain. Why?Click OK when youhave chosen yourtheme.
12Let's get started: Your Form If you are sharing your form or survey outside of the district be sure to uncheck the box requiring district sign in.Collecting user name automatically may seem like a good idea, student usernames are randomly populated.
13Let's get started: Your Form Name your form. Click on the words UNTITLED FORMto name your form, this will also be thename for your spreadsheet.ORClick on Rename in the file menu andenter the name of your form.
15Let's get started: Your Form By default you are given the first question.
16You can send users to another page based on the response. Let's get started: Your FormNext to your answers for this question, you'll see drop-down menus which allow you to direct respondents to specific pages in your form depending on their answers. (Note: If you have more than one multiple choice question with the “Go to page based on answer” box checked on a page, the form respondent will be routed to the page indicated for the last answered question. Otherwise, two “Go to page based on answer” questions might contradict one another.You can send users to another page based on the response.
17Question Title is the actual question. Let's get started: Your FormQuestion Title is the actual question.TIP: STUDENT NAME SHOULD BE FIRST QUESTION, CLASS PERIOD SHOULD BE SECOND QUESTION.
18Let's get started: Your Form Help Text is anything you want to tell the form user that might be helpful. (hints)You do not need to use help text.
19Let's get started: Your Form Choose your question type.
20Choose your question type. Text- this is a simple one line text field used for one word to one sentence answers. ex: name, ,Paragraph Text- A multi-line field. Used for longer responses to a question.Multiple choice- Allows only one answer to be selected.Checkboxes-Allows multiple answers to be selected.Choose from a list- Create a drop down list of possible answers to choose.Scale- Create a "rating" scale for responses. Used for such questions as"rate your interest in your readers workshop book".Grid-Create several questions which are use the same rating scale.Date- Drop down menu to choose a date such as birthday.Time- Drop down menu to choose a time.Give time to look at question types
26Add a section headerIf you'd like to divide your form into sections to make it easier to read and complete, add a section header. From the Insert menu, select Section header.
27Add an imageTo add an image to your form, click the Insert menu, and select Image. Once you've uploaded the image, you can give it a title and specify what text will appear when someone hovers over the image.Images in forms aren't attached to or associated with form questions. You can change the position of an image by dragging it up or down in your form.
28Images in forms aren't attached to or associated with form questions Images in forms aren't attached to or associated with form questions. You can change the position of an image by dragging it up or down in your form.
29You can specify individual collaborators with whom you'd like to share your form for editing. To add a collaborator, begin typing his or her name in the "Add people" text box.Images in forms aren't attached to or associated with form questions. You can change the position of an image by dragging it up or down in your form.
30You can choose to share a link to your form, or you can add names, addresses, and groups to the Add people field. Click the Done button, and the people you’ve added will receive an directing them to your form.
31Embed a form on a website or blog If you'd like to embed your form in a website or blog after you create your form, click the Send form button at the end of your form and select the Embed option. Alternatively, go to the File menu and select Embed. You can then paste the generated HTML into your site or blog.You can choose to share a link to your form, or you can add names, addresses, and groups to the Add people field. Click the Done button, and the people you’ve added will receive an directing them to your form.
32Copy A Form: Awesome!You can now copy a form and have more than one user. If you and another content teacher want to use the same form, you no longer have to share a spreadsheet.
33Choose a response destination. You can choose either to send responses to a spreadsheet, or you can store them only in Forms. If you choose to store them in a spreadsheet, you’ll be able to see individual responses as they come in. If you choose to store them in Forms, you’ll be able to see a summary of all the responses you’ve received, and you’ll also be able to download the responses as a CSV file.
34View your form's spreadsheet The spreadsheet is where you will find responses.
50How to find templates. How about a self grading template? 2.1. Open From Template2. Select Public Templates3. Type "WORCESTER" in the search bar.4. Click search1.3.
51How to find templates. How about a self grading template? 2.1. Open From Template2. Select Public Templates3. Type "WORCESTER" in the search bar.4. Click search1.3.
52How to find templates. How about a self grading template? 1. Scroll to second page of worcester templates.2. Choose thetemplate that is best for your needs.3. Click usethis template.4. Edit for yourpurposes.
53How to find templates. How about a self grading template? In the spreadsheet for your form enter the correct answers in the first row. When you are ready to look at the scores for the responses, click on the score tab at the bottom of the sheet.Enter Correct answersHoly Moly! Itis graded!
54Advanced Resources:Flubaroo- Another way to create self grading forms.Creating a rubric to grade and share with students.DoctopusGoobric