Student Uses

    • Each student creates a quiz at the end of a unit of study.  All students complete 5 other classmates quizzes.
      • This allows students to process what they have learned by creating the quiz and offers the entire class study materials.
    • Creative problem solving, action research, writing
      • Students define a problem on which they would like to do research (such as use of cell phones in schools), create the survey and have other students complete it. Students can then use the data from the survey to write an expository essay, to offer a solution to the problem (guided by survey data), or to persuade decision-makers.
    • Collect data from a science experiment
      • Students create a form for easy collection of data for an ongoing science experiment.  Upon conclusion of the experiment, the data can be used to create graphs and charts for use in a digital science notebook.
    • Create a project evaluation form/rubric
      • Students create the rubric or evaluation from by which they should be graded.  (Create the from before the project using teacher expectations as a guideline.)  When the project is complete, the form is shared with other students who evaluate their classmates.  The spreadsheet is shared with the teacher for grading. You could even have the peer evaluation first, then offer a few more days for the student to improve their project based on the feedback.
    • Choose your own adventure 
      • Use Google Forms question logic to create a story tree.  Students will have to use critical thinking skills to write alternate ending and choices to the reader.  This is not just for ELA!  Create your own math adventure!  Create a social studies explorers adventure!  Create a science adventure based on chemical reactions.
    • Decision making/logic evaluation
      • Secondary - utilize question logic to ensure students understand a particular unit of study.  For example:  In science, students create a form that will describe a babies characteristics based on those of the parents and their knowledge of dominant and recessive genes.
    • Create a story
      • Students write a traditional mad lib (any subject)
      • Students create a form asking classmates to suggest ideas for plot, setting, denouement, protagonist (all/any other literary devices) and create a story form the suggestions!  This should be fun and funny to share!
    • Students create form for the purpose of summary data
      • Students or teachers create a form with the primary purpose of utilizing the summary data