It is also a crazy, crazy time as everyone loses focus. I am doing what I can to keep going strong, and in honor of that, I am counting down the weeks with Google Classroom Hacks. Those helpful tips that I am discovering along the way about the digital classroom in an effort to remain productive and focused until the bitter end. Check out Hacks 6, 5, and 4 by clicking on the numbers.
So here's Google Classroom Hack #3:
Formative Assessment With Forms:
I would never do this everyday because it takes extra prep to set up. And I have my Tickets out the Door that I use daily because they are zero prep. However, occasionally, I use this hack to get some really specific feedback on an important concept.
I like that you can edit forms to make students go to different questions automatically depending on their answer to a previous question. If they get one wrong, for example, they can go to a section that reteaches the concept, asks them if they "got it," and then goes back to the question they missed. If they get it correct, they can go on to the next question.
This is how to set it up:
How do you use forms in your class? Leave a comment below to let me know. And be sure to check back next week for Google Classroom Hack #2.
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