1. Continuing our summer hometown tourist tradition.
2. Getting 1:1 ready for the new school year.
I will be posting 2016's first hometown tourist edition next week, but this week I want to focus on my first 1:1 Ready post (and I will be posting them all summer).
One of the greatest things ever about Google Drive is Google Forms. I use them all the time, and I have many colleagues who use them. Last week, I presented at the Tech Summit for my county (my topic was Interactive Notebooks in the Digital Classroom--you can check out the presentation HERE).
Before I presented, I sent out one of my quizzes in Forms to my department so that their answers could provide a sample demonstration for me. They are some of the most wonderful people I've ever worked with, and they were more than happy to help. The responses I got back made me realize that most of them don't know how to make a Google Forms quiz multi-media.
"How did you insert that image?"
"How did you get that film in there?"
I made a quick tutorial for them that I'm going to share here.
Inserting pictures and films is an immensely useful feature in forms, so this week's 1:1 Ready tip is all about how to make your Forms Multi-Media. It's surprisingly easy to do.
Go into your Google Drive, and open a new form. Follow the example below to add images and films.
It's as simple as that--thank you, Google! ;) Here's a video tutorial, in case you want to dig deeper.
Be sure to check back next week for our first Summer Hometown Tourist Adventure of 2016 and more 1:1 Ready Tips!
Be 1:1 Ready with these Google Classroom Hacks:
Grade at a Glance with Color
Help Students Succeed in Real Time
Send out Reminders in a Flash
Formative Assessment with Forms
Collaborative Review with Slides
Stay Organized with Creative Projects
And Check Out These Printable Forms about Getting Started In Google Classroom and Troubleshooting:
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