September 8, 2014
Google Forms is one of the powerful tools you want to make sure you have in your teaching toolkit.There are different ways you can use it with your students in class. You can, for instance, use it to create quizzes, polls, questionnaires, and surveys. You can also use it to design permission forms, absence slips, classroom events forms…you name it. The great thing about Google Forms, besides being free and easy to use, is the fact that it is integrated with Google Drive which means that any form you create is automatically saved in your Drive and you can access it anywhere you go with Internet connection.
I have already created a couple of visual guides on how to create a Google Form but when I came across this excellent video tutorial I just couldn’t let go of it without sharing with it you here. This is probably one of the best tutorials you will find out there on Google Form. Though it is a little bit long (13 minutes) but it is really entertainingly’ insightful. I love Dottotech‘s style of presenting and I am sure you will as well.
In this video tutorial, Dottotech will walk you through the different steps to create a form for your class. To this end, he created a sample sign-out form for you to see how you can design the lay-out of the form and select the questions to embed in it. Then once the form is ready , you will learn the different options to share it and see how to collect responses from the form. Enjoy