Wednesday, October 23, 2013

#gettinggoing with Google Forms

Google Forms is a useful tool to help you plan events, send a survey, give students a quiz, or collect other information in an easy, streamlined way.

The best part about Google Forms is that it automatically tabulates and summarizes the answers received from all your participants.  Try the sample Google Form 
below or view it in a separate window by clicking here. NOTE: All 9 available question types are shown.

How to Get Started:

Please view the tutorial below as it will provide new users with an excellent introduction to Google Forms. This document can also be viewed in a separate window by clicking here.

Sample Activities:

Click here to start sharing your ideas with other educators.  Please feel free to access this resource in the future as more ideas are added on a regular basis.

(the pedagogical rationale for the use of technology in the classroom)



  • Use a variety of organizational techniques such as categorizing, classifying, ordering, etc. to effectively maximize group productivity.
  • Analyze and evaluate organizational techniques for the purpose of improving a group's output.


  • Quickly and effectively convey information and ideas to multiple group members for the purpose of increasing group productivity.
  • Use digital web tools to communicate for a wide range of purposes e.g. to inform, organize, motivate, etc.


  • Demonstrate an ability to effectively work in a diverse and dynamic environment with groups of various sizes.
  • Assume responsibility for shared work along with recognizing the contributions of everyone in the group.

Google Forms
 is an excellent organizational tool to help you quickly and easily collect and organize large amounts of data. Click here to get started!

NOTE: Flubaroo is an excellent companion tool to use with Google Forms as it grades the objective portions of the quizzes/tests your students write. For more information, please visit the following blog post for more information - "Flubaroo: A Google Drive Online Marking System".

This post originally appeared on The De-tech-tive 4 Teachers.


  1. Thanks you are working so hard and progressively to help your colleagues close and afar. :-)

    1. Thank you Al for all your support. I really appreciate it. :)