Evaluate & Get Feedback with Google Forms

Before students leave your class, ask them to complete a simple Google Form (ideally 1-3 questions are best) to gauge how well they feel they did on the class lesson or objective that day, and on your delivery as an instructor.  How this is done, and what kinds of questions asked will depend on your grade level, of course.
Use Google Forms to have students evaluate websites–whether they are judging a source’s reliability or veracity, or looking at basic design principles, this can be a great way to open up a class discussion, and discuss some basic principles or strategies.

I love, love, love using Google Drive in my day-to-day, and with students.  Interested in learning more about these great tools?  I’m now offering this mini-course on G Suite.  Check it out!



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