Forms and Sheets and Sites…Oh My!

Last post, I shared a basic “4 Steps to Getting Started with Google Classroom” document that I will share with my school in the fall as we go 1:1 Chromebooks.

Today, I’d like to share a more in-depth tutorial that I created for Google Forms and Sheets!  I have been gathering info at the 4C’s Conference earlier this month, while completing my Google Certification Levels 1 and 2, while browsing Pinterest and Twitter, and while reading Alice Keeler’s AMAZING book “Teaching Math with Google Apps.”  I have created a Google Site with all of the ideas I have collected, and sorted the site into these topics to make it more manageable:

  • Google Forms Basics
  • Google Forms Tests/Quizzes
  • Google Forms Assignments
  • Google Forms Rubrics
  • Google Forms for Everyday Tasks
  • Tips for Making Google Forms Quickly

You can find my tutorial site here.  I also created a doc for each page, because when I tried to print the pages of the site, my formatting got lost and the images went weird.  Here are my files and example forms if you would like to make a copy and steal them for your own use!

 

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Author: achilders

Hello, my name is Alison Childers, and the first thing you should know about me is I am a nerd. Like a really big nerd. If you keep that in mind, the rest of this description is just icing on the cake. I am a fifth year 9-12 math teacher in the small town of Carmi, Illinois. I teach Algebra 1 and Pre-Calculus, and spend most of my evenings trying to find new ways to keep students excited to be in math class. I am interested in finding activities/projects that push students' math knowledge, while also working on their collaboration, computer, and real-world problem solving skills. I also coach our math team and color guard. This year is a big year for us, as we are going 1:1 chromebooks. I am undaunted by integrating technology, but having them at our fingertips every hour of every day this year means I want to find ways to streamline workflow and use the technology to its fullest potential. The purpose of this blog will be to detail our journey into all of these exciting areas, and I can't wait to get started on all of it! Hopefully at the end of each school year, I will be the best version of myself so far!

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