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Using Google Forms to Inform Teaching Practices
Interdisciplinary Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics Teaching and Learning Conference (iSTEM)
  • Ha Nguyen, Georgia Southern University
  • Heidi Eisenreich, Georgia Southern University
  • Eryn M. Stehr, Georgia Southern University
  • Tuyin An, Georgia Southern University
Document Type
Presentation
Publication Date
3-23-2018
Abstract

Do you need a quick way to assess your student learning and identify misconceptions? Are you tired of collecting and/or grading papers? Google Forms can help, especially with some newly added features such as checkbox grids, intelligent response validation, and automatic grading. Through interactive activities during this talk, participants will hear about several uses of Google Forms to gather data, engage student learning, and create and score assessments. Additionally, participants will learn how to shorten an URL link with a desired name and generate a QR code for instant access to the link. This session can be beneficial to all K-College educators.

Location
Savannah, GA
Citation Information
Ha Nguyen, Heidi Eisenreich, Eryn M. Stehr and Tuyin An. "Using Google Forms to Inform Teaching Practices" Interdisciplinary Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics Teaching and Learning Conference (iSTEM) (2018)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/heidi-eisenreich/63/