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Happy Friday!


Over the summer Google updated Forms to include a new quiz option!

This update eliminates the need for the Flubaroo add-on to grade your quiz.

To use the new feature, open a Google Form and click on the settings cog in the top right corner:


Click on the "Quizzes" tab and slide the indicator to make this Form a Quiz:


You then have a few options, such as when you want to release quiz grades and if students can see missed questions, correct answers, and point values.


Click on "Save".

You should now see an "Answer Key" on the bottom corner of each question. Click on it to set the correct answer and point value for each question.



I love that you can add answer feedback to give students resources and explanations instantly!

One you have selected a correct answer for each question, share your Google Form in Google Classroom or share the link with your students.


Once you have at least one response, Google Forms creates an insights report for your quiz. You can see your average, median, and range of responses. Google Forms also highlights your frequently missed questions.

I hope you explore the Google Forms Quiz Update!

Have a safe and dry weekend!

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Friday, September 2, 2016

Friday Google Tidbit: New Quiz Option in Google Forms!

Happy Friday!


Over the summer Google updated Forms to include a new quiz option!

This update eliminates the need for the Flubaroo add-on to grade your quiz.

To use the new feature, open a Google Form and click on the settings cog in the top right corner:


Click on the "Quizzes" tab and slide the indicator to make this Form a Quiz:


You then have a few options, such as when you want to release quiz grades and if students can see missed questions, correct answers, and point values.


Click on "Save".

You should now see an "Answer Key" on the bottom corner of each question. Click on it to set the correct answer and point value for each question.



I love that you can add answer feedback to give students resources and explanations instantly!

One you have selected a correct answer for each question, share your Google Form in Google Classroom or share the link with your students.


Once you have at least one response, Google Forms creates an insights report for your quiz. You can see your average, median, and range of responses. Google Forms also highlights your frequently missed questions.

I hope you explore the Google Forms Quiz Update!

Have a safe and dry weekend!

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