Using Google Forms to Create Self-Grading Quizzes

Google Forms now has a self-grading quiz feature! When I wrote about Google Forms in the past, you needed to have an add-on in order to make your quizzes in Google Classroom self-grading. However, Google Forms has updated since then, and now you can make your quizzes self-grading. In this blog post, I walk you through a step-by-step tutorial of how to set this up in your own Google Classroom!I’ve discussed ways to use Google Forms in the classroom in these blog posts: Inserting Images and Films and Formative Assessment. The video post sums it all up! But when I discussed Forms last, you needed an add-on to make them self-grading.

I LOVE forms because there are so many things you can do with them beyond just tests. Here are two suggestions:

1. Exit Quizzes: Create an exit quiz with a few very important concepts from the day’s lesson. Then you will know immediately what you need to review the next day or how to flex group.

2. Games: Create a simple review. Pair or group students off. The first group that finishes first with the most correct answers wins! Add video and images to make it more engaging.

Google has since made things much simpler with it’s “quiz” setting. Here’s how it works:

Google Forms now has a self-grading quiz feature! When I wrote about Google Forms in the past, you needed to have an add-on in order to make your quizzes in Google Classroom self-grading. However, Google Forms has updated since then, and now you can make your quizzes self-grading. In this blog post, I walk you through a step-by-step tutorial of how to set this up in your own Google Classroom!

 

Google Forms now has a self-grading quiz feature! When I wrote about Google Forms in the past, you needed to have an add-on in order to make your quizzes in Google Classroom self-grading. However, Google Forms has updated since then, and now you can make your quizzes self-grading. In this blog post, I walk you through a step-by-step tutorial of how to set this up in your own Google Classroom!

Print the cheat sheet HERE.

What are some unique ways you use Forms in your classroom? Leave a comment below, and let me know!

 

 

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