Sharpen your students' digital skills
Arm students with practical digital skills using our free project-based video curriculum, Applied Digital Skills. Each unit contains ready-to-use video lessons to teach digital skills that have immediate, real-life application
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Introduce computer science to your students with CS First, a free set of teaching resources that require no computer science experience. Each kit includes lesson plans and solution sheets for the teacher, as well as fun passports and stickers for the students.
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When it comes to new technology, sometimes the hardest part is starting. With a mix of videos and tips from educators, our “First Day Of” trainings provide step-by-step instructions to get started with some of our most popular free tools built for the classroom.
EDU in 90 Update 2019
Google Classroom gave users a new feature called Quiz Assignment. This feature allows users to create a Google Forms quiz from inside Classroom.
Google Forms Quiz Lock Down Browser | 2018 Beta
In this video Mr. Lee walks you through how to enable a Quiz made with Google Forms to be locked down and how to edit said quiz. It gets a little tricky if you are using a PC to make the assignment and the quiz since the Lock Down restricts use to Managed Chromebooks. Take a look!
Grade Multiple Choice
Video FEEDBACK TO A QUIZ
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Google Forms: Auto-Submit Grades
Very recently, Google released an update to Classroom allowing users of Google Forms to import grades from assessments. This is a huge time-saver in terms of recording assessment scores when using Google Classroom in conjunction with your SIS or District Gradebook. Very simply put, this means that once your students click submit, not only will Forms grade your assessment, but a button has been added allowing you to import those grades into Classroom in one click!
What is an ePortfolio?
It is a digital collection of artifacts that demonstrates ones learning and growth over a period of time. There are so many different types of ePortfolios that your students can be create in the K-12 classroom that will prepare for their career.
Calculating Total Points
Now when you use Google Forms as an Assessment Tool, Forms will keep a running calculation of total points in your quiz as you create questions. To get started, open a Google Form, and change your settings to make your Form a Quiz.
- Click on the Gear
- Choose Quizzes
- Toggle the switch to Make This A Quiz
Edit & Assign point values
After setting up your quiz, the Total Point value will appear at the top right of your quiz Title. Now you are ready to edit answers, and assign point values. You can edit answers by doing the following:
- Click on a question
- Click Answer Key
- Choose the correct answer and set a point value.
Point Value Preferences
As you alter points, or add more questions, the Total Points value adjusts at the top of the screen. If you want all questions to have the same point value or have differing values, you can change your Preferences:
- Click the More Menu
- Select Preferences
- Turn on the Toggle for Default Quiz Point Value
- Enter your desired number of points.
- Click Save
Create A Quiz Assignment
- First, Open a course in Google Classroom
- Then, Click the Classwork Page
- Next, Choose Create
- Finally, Select Quiz Assignment
Specifically, Locked Mode Quizzes will work on Chromebooks, which is a big help to teachers administering quizzes in a 1:1 environment.
Import Student Grades
Once your students have completed your quiz, return to Google Classroom. Open your assignment and you’ll notice a new button has been added – IMPORT GRADES
This will save you a great deal of time in terms of entering scores.