Google Forms: Level 2 - More Skills to Support Instruction & Professional Practices 

Maximum Points: 2,600
Summary:   Google Forms is a tool within the Google Docs suite.  It allows users to create online forms, using a variety of question formats, to gather information from participants.  This data is loaded into an online spreadsheet which can, then, be analyzed further.  For teachers and librarians, it is a great tool to use for formative and summative assessments and to gather mathematical and scientific data, survey feedback, opinion polls, suggestion box information, and requests.
Alignment to CCSS: College and Career Readiness RLA Anchor and Standards/Literacy in History/Social Science, Science, and Technical Subjects: R7, W6, W8, SL2, SL5
REACH Alignment:  Domains 1, 2, 3, and 4
Supports for a Personalized Library: Google Forms are powerful tools with widespread application.  Librarians can quickly create a form to assess students’ prior knowledge, as an online exit ticket, or for more formal assessment.  They can create collaboration request forms to plan for co-teaching and use forms to manage space and equipment reservations.  A form can be used as an online suggestion box to gather requests for books by a specific author or genre.  Forms can also be used to survey students, faculty, parents, or committee members to collect relevant data.
Activity in CPS University for CPDU Credit: Regular CPS teachers should enroll in CPS University to attain CPDU credit for completing this course. Charter school librarians should click here to request your CPDU credit after completing your challenge activity quiz. One (1) CPDU credit will be available for those who complete the module quiz with 70% or better.
Screencast: Click here to watch the training video.
Challenge Activity: After viewing the screencast and practicing the skills, click here to take your module quiz.
Support PDF: Click here if you would like to learn these skills from a handout instead.
Extension:  Check out this slideshow to read about 81 ways to use Google Forms in the classroom.