March 12, 2017
Google Forms is an important tool teachers can use to create, edit and share surveys, forms, and quizzes. If you are using or planning to start integrating Forms in your instruction the chart below will be of great help. It is basically a set of guidelines provided by the folks in Google Forms to help you learn more about how to create a wide variety of forms. More specifically, you will get to learn how to create, edit and format forms; how to share your forms and collect responses; how to set rules for your form and use add-ons and apps script.
This chart is part of a series of EdTech charts we have recently started posting covering different Google services. For previous charts, check out: Google Drive Chart, Chromebook chart, YouTube chart, and Google Maps guidelines chart.
Google Forms Guidelines for Teachers
Create, edit and format
Share your forms and collect responses
Advanced tools and troubleshooting