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Instructor: Anthony Schmidt Website: Introduction to Google Forms Collecting Student Data Quizzes
Activity 1 – Take this fun quiz!
Congratulations You have just used Google Forms! Google Forms allows you to build forms with multiple question types. You can view answer summaries as pie charts. Answers are also recorded in a spreadsheet. This is where the magic happens!
So, what can we do with Google Forms?
Create surveys / Collect student data / Graph results
Collect and manipulate data Collect information related to student interests then groups students based
Book Say goodbye to the boring traditional book report - Create Amazon style book reviews for your classmates using Forms and Sites
Teach Questionnaire Design Create a sample questionnaire with: leading / biased / ambiguous questions questions with incorrect scales / ranges / responses Ask students to improve the questionnaire, online
Create Assignment Checklists Create checklists that students complete to submit assignments.
Collaborate with the World Students and teachers can share surveys they make with friends, families, and strangers!
Create Collaborative Wordles Collect keywords from students then create a Wordle by copy pasting from the Google
Learning Expeditions and Scavenger
Add images to forms
Speed with Forms Replace clickers by using the Timestamp function of Google Forms! Dotty
Text Walls Students can submit questions in real-time. You can address these at the end of the lecture. Students can submit example sentences which can be analyzed in class. You can simply hide the names of the students.
Self-Grading Quizzes Students can take multiple choice quizzes and have the results ed back immediatley. Search for "Self-Grading Quiz" in the Google Template Gallery. https://drive.google.com/templates Edit questions as required.
Grade quizzes with Flubaroo (Advanced)
Peer Grade Class Presentations bit.ly/11kEPHU Students grade while watching. Teacher takes average and s comments to presenter with
Exit Tickets for Formative Evaluation Conditional Formating
Making a form is EASY. Create your own quiz with multiple choice answers. You can include the following question types: Multiple choice Choose from a list Scale Grid Be sure to include a text field for NAME and a text field for ! Keep this practice quiz short (5 questions)
Working with the Spreadsheet The spreadsheet is where the magic happens. It is also the tricky part. We will make our quiz self-grading. Follow my steps. Try to understand the formulae.
Basic Excel Formulas = =A1 =A1+A2 This starts all formulas. This copies the cell A1. A is the column. 1 is the row. A1 is the specific cell. If you write this into the B1 cell, it will copy whatever is in A1. This says to add A1 and A2 together..
Formula 1 =“StudentAnswers”!A1 This formula copies a cell from another worksheet. “StudentAnswers” is the sheet name ! means it is a different sheet A1 is the specific cell
Formula 2 =IF(“FormResponses"!A1=“Answers"!$A$1,1,0) To check if the student answer matches the correct answer. Returns 1 or 0. IF sets up a conditional formula “FormResponses”!A1 looks at the FormResponses Sheet, cell A1. = shows what to compare “FormResponses”!A1 to “Answers”!$A$1 is the correct answer $ means that if this formula is pasted into another cell, the letter or number after the $ will not change 1,0 is the response of the computer. 1 means the answers are the same. 0 means the answers are different.
Formula 3 =SUM(A1:Z1) To find the total points earned on this quiz. SUM means sum or addition A1:Z1 is the range of cells being added, similar to A1+B1+C1…
Formula 4 =H3/5*100 To find the total percentage a student earned H3 is the cell with the SUM formula / means divided by 5 means the total number of questions * means multiplacation (x) 100 is used to give a percentage
Formula 5 =AVERAGE($A$1:$A$50) To find the class average AVERAGE means average of scores $A$1:$A$50 represents a single column of class percentages A1 is the first student’s percentage A50 is the last student’s percentage You can use this formula after the PERCENT column.