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Happy Friday!


Google Classroom has just been updated to now include Google Forms integration! 

This is wonderful news as you can now attach a Google Form to an assignment in Google Classroom and it will automatically track student submissions to the form. You can use Google Forms for a variety of purposes in the classroom such as assessments and reading log submissions.

Using Forms in Google Classroom is simple...open Google Classroom, then click on your desired class, click on the + button:


Create a new assignment by adding a title and due date, then click the Drive icon to attach your Google Form, then click assign.


Google will automatically create a link for you to view student responses in the post for the assignment (only teachers can see the link to submissions):

If you need a quick tutorial on how to use Google Forms, here is a video tutorial for making a student information form.

Have a great weekend!

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Friday, October 9, 2015

Friday Google Tidbit: Google Forms Integration Now Available in Google Classroom!

Happy Friday!


Google Classroom has just been updated to now include Google Forms integration! 

This is wonderful news as you can now attach a Google Form to an assignment in Google Classroom and it will automatically track student submissions to the form. You can use Google Forms for a variety of purposes in the classroom such as assessments and reading log submissions.

Using Forms in Google Classroom is simple...open Google Classroom, then click on your desired class, click on the + button:


Create a new assignment by adding a title and due date, then click the Drive icon to attach your Google Form, then click assign.


Google will automatically create a link for you to view student responses in the post for the assignment (only teachers can see the link to submissions):

If you need a quick tutorial on how to use Google Forms, here is a video tutorial for making a student information form.

Have a great weekend!

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