Google Sandbox - Forms

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Published on July 9, 2014

Author: aslaven

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PowerPoint Presentation: Playing with G o o g l e Forms Imagine, Create, Build Southern Region Sandbox - 2014 PowerPoint Presentation: Where is Forms? Create Title & Theme Types of Questions Sharing Forms Analyzing Responses Tips for good excel sheets? Can I print Forms? A dd images & video Duplicate Questions Can I re-use a form? Come back to this page at any time by clicking the above header image on any slide. Add new page & headers Submit Response Options Download Spreadsheet Manipulate columns FORMS SHEETS IDEAS Simple Registrations Email Lists Exit Tickets Volunteer Help Quizzes Service Forms Share link (Remind 101) Getting to know your class Pre-learning Assessment Tip: Tiny URL or Bit.ly Submit Assignments Sunday Scripture Responses Project/Presentation Rubric Grids Another Rubric Grid, more details Self Grade/If, then Self Grade: Flubaroo Script Correlated Response Sheet Remove Responses Keep Responses, but unlink from form . Format Freeze PowerPoint Presentation: Imagine… Less paper… Organized data.. Easy assessment.. Interactive tools… Quick surveys… Fun activities… Immediate responses… PowerPoint Presentation: Socks or Shoes? A Fun Form to Get us Started ! Go to: http:// bit.ly / sockorshoe Let’s get s tarted on the right foot! PowerPoint Presentation: Where is Forms? Log into your Google account, then go to DRIVE Once in DRIVE, click CREATE to open dropdown box showing FORMS. Click FORMS . PowerPoint Presentation: Create Title & Theme 1. New forms will automatically display an option to create a title and choose a theme. PowerPoint Presentation: The New form created will automatically create a response sheet with the same title in your files. Correlated Response Sheet PowerPoint Presentation: Title and theme can be changed later from the form template, however….. note that the top title is what appears in your Google Drive files but does not change the original response sheet, and the other title is what visitors to your form will see as the form description. You can also change THEME PowerPoint Presentation: Play in the Sandbox! Create Title & Theme In Drive , click Create . Choose Form.. Give your form a title and pick a theme. (If you can’t think of a form, create a “Sacraments Quiz”) Go back to Drive and find the form and the response sheet. View the Live Form Change the Form Title. See what happens. Change the form description, see what happens. Change the theme and see what happens. When you are done, close your laptop. PowerPoint Presentation: Types of Questions PowerPoint Presentation: TIPS Remember that the Questions become columns in the spreadsheet. Keep the “Question” to being only 1-2 words, then write the complete question on the “Help Text”. If you are planning on using the answers for sorting purposes or for self correction, use either multiple choice, list, or checkbox for consistency in answers. Start the questionnaire with “Name”, or “Last Name” PowerPoint Presentation: TEXT & PARAGRAPH Questions Used for essential information such as name, email, etc or, short answers for surveys, quizzes, etc. Use Paragraph for longer answers. PowerPoint Presentation: MULTIPLE CHOICE Questions Great for choices to be all seen. Great for true/false, or other questions with several choices. PowerPoint Presentation: LIST Questions Great for saving space when there are many choices. You can add as many as you want and the form will stay clean using the dropdown list option. However, if you do choose to print the form, all of the choices will be listed. PowerPoint Presentation: SCALE Questions Lickert scales are a great way to do surveys. Generally scales can be 1-10, or 1-5. Personally, I like 1-4, with no neutral “3”. PowerPoint Presentation: https:// docs.google.com /a/ syrdio.org /forms/d/12MPhOo430w7qlLmwJgsY9OnZI2tBshXi1_NScNNW3mM/ viewform A quick exit ticket which students can access from their cell phones can help you determine students’ understanding of the lesson. Keep the questions to a minimum, but make sure that the questions relate to the objective of the lesson. Exit tickets can also be used to help students assess their own work habits, as this example shows. PowerPoint Presentation: GRID Questions Grid questions provides an easy way to put together several scales within one section. This is especially great for creating project rubrics for scoring student work, or for self assessment of work, gathering student or parent feedback, etc. Category or title Objectives to score Scores PowerPoint Presentation: More about GRID Questions https:// www.youtube.com / watch?v =od3bfA2p1jI Here are a couple of videos that show more about grids. The first one is a simple grid with one category. The other shows how to break a rubric into several grid areas for projects. Keep in mind your categories will depend on what you expect from the project you assigned…such as a service project with a poster or video. http:// youtu.be /X1ASnCt0wZI (music may be annoying!) PowerPoint Presentation: TIME & DATE Questions I am assuming that google used included this as a way to create appointments, maybe?? I am not sure how effective that is without a set schedule to choose from. Could a list of times be used instead? How does one know the time is taken? I think Google Calendar has a better way of creating appointments. But, if you think of a way to use Date/Time questions, share with us! PowerPoint Presentation: Duplicate or Copy Questions Choose “Duplicate” to create a shortcut way to set up the same style of question, then go in to edit. The original question is closed for editing . A duplicate of the question has been created and is opened to edit. Only one question can be edited at a time. PowerPoint Presentation: Play in the Sandbox! Create a Form with Questions Using the form you created in part 1, create 5 questions, trying to use a combination of question types we have gone over. View your live form. View your response sheet. Make any edits that you think are necessary. Close your computer when done. PowerPoint Presentation: Add A New Page Easier to read without scrolling for long surveys. Prints according to the page breaks. Direct to a new set of questions based on answer. Example: https:// spreadsheets.google.com /a/ syrdio.org / viewform?formkey =dGxnby0xd3RkM2RUbEgtcjhCbkZRUnc6MA .. How? When adding item, simply choose “page break”. PowerPoint Presentation: Add A Section Header Clean pages. Assures the person using the form that he/she is on the right section. Resource: https://cooltoolsfor21stcenturylearners.wikispaces.com/file/view/ googleforms_multiple_pg.pdf /240766407/ googleforms_multiple_pg.pdf PowerPoint Presentation: Add An Image Choose “upload” to drag one of your own photos into the form… or…. Choose By URL to paste an image found on the internet. PowerPoint Presentation: Add A Video Find the video you want to use. Copy to clipboard 3. Choose “Add item” and click video. 4. Paste the URL into the box and hit enter. 5. Vwa -la! Your video is included. Click here to see video . PowerPoint Presentation: Play in the Sandbox! Pages, Headers , Images, Video Using the same form you have been working on, add a question that will direct the user to a new page. (Use “Go to Page based on Answer”). Create Headers on the pages. Add an image or video to at least on page. Check the Live Form. Check your response form. Close your laptop when done. PowerPoint Presentation: Submit Form Options At the bottom of your form builder, you will find the “Confirmation Page” options. Here you can change the message that the viewer will see after submitting. You can also select to show the link again, allow the viewer to see the link to the results, and/or allow the viewer to go back and change answers after submitting (good for registrations). PowerPoint Presentation: Sharing Your Form Click “SEND FORM” in the upper right hand corner of the tool bar. The options for sharing the link or to embed the form are found here. PowerPoint Presentation: Printing Your Form Printing the form is easy to do from the form builder. All the choices for questions are provided with plenty of room for paragraph text. Forms will NOT print from the live view. PowerPoint Presentation: Play in the Sandbox! Submit Options & Share! Decide on your submit options. Change the response message. Copy the link to your form. Go to the following website: http:// bit.ly / sandboxform PowerPoint Presentation: End of Part I PowerPoint Presentation: My Google Community: Ca-TECH-etical Sandbox PowerPoint Presentation: http:// www.whatmmorpg.com /articles/sandbox- bucket.jpg https://c2.staticflickr.com/8/7236/7138121627_00f9ae597f_z.jpg http:// www.supercoolbaby.com /archives/2007/05/27/10-2464-01.jpg http:// www.imcpl.org /kids/blog/ wp -content/uploads/2011/08/ srpsandcastle.jpg https:// secretsofthesandpit.files.wordpress.com /2013/04/img_8114s.jpg http:// www.tapeka.com /images/ Bucket_Spade.jpg http:// www.bbc.co.uk / essex /content/images/2007/06/21/southend_08_470_470x352.jpg http:// cdn.trendhunterstatic.com /thumbs/landmark-sand- castles.jpeg http://www.telefonicaando2careers.com/media/18367/ hands_and_sand.jpg http:// shelbyrileymft.com /content/sandy- hands.jpg http:// www.monetizeguru.com / wp -content/uploads/2008/04/ google_sandbox.jpg IMAGE REFERENCES PowerPoint Presentation: http:// www.whatmmorpg.com /articles/sandbox- bucket.jpg https://c2.staticflickr.com/8/7236/7138121627_00f9ae597f_z.jpg https:// pbs.twimg.com / profile_images /220959691/ why.png http:// www.imcpl.org /kids/blog/ wp -content/uploads/2011/08/ srpsandcastle.jpg https:// secretsofthesandpit.files.wordpress.com /2013/04/img_8114s.jpg http:// www.tapeka.com /images/ Bucket_Spade.jpg http:// www.bbc.co.uk / essex /content/images/2007/06/21/southend_08_470_470x352.jpg http:// cdn.trendhunterstatic.com /thumbs/landmark-sand- castles.jpeg http://www.telefonicaando2careers.com/media/18367/ hands_and_sand.jpg http:// shelbyrileymft.com /content/sandy- hands.jpg IMAGE REFERENCES http://d1mpb3f4gq7nrb.cloudfront.net/ img / toons /cartoon4549.png PowerPoint Presentation: REFERENCES & APPS Google ImageChef.com Beach Message http://www.imagechef.com/t/64tb/Beach-Message (Used to make images with writing in the sand)

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