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20 practical ways to use Google Forms in class, school

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  • Use the Autocrat add-on to turn your responses in the Google Form into custom-created documents.
  • Exit ticket/bell ringer Have students answer questions at the beginning or end of class with a Google Form.
  • Quick grade log To quickly mark a grade for simple assignments, createa Google Form with every studentsname.
  • Rubrics Create your rubric in a Google Form to make an easy place for you to assign grades and provide feedback to students.
  • Brainstorming with a word cloud Provide a simple Google Form where students can reflect on what theyve been learning, either with a sentence or a few individual words.

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Comparing Countries with Google Maps

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  • How to use the site – – Post by Eric Curts.
  • Connect with Eric on Twitter at – – and on Google+ at

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11 Ways to Teach Math with Google Drawings

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