Google Forms have changed! Whether you're completely unfamiliar with using Google Forms or if you used to using the old version, this video will help you navigate the new interface. Although it takes some adjustment, I really like the changes they've made and highly recommend getting on board and creating some new Forms!
With the new Google Forms, there is the built in capability to create self-grading quizzes or assignments. This new feature streamlines grading and saves you so much time. This video explains the simple steps to get it set up. Trust me, you'll be happy you watched this one!
Flubaroo is an add-on that is used to automatically grade student work. To use this, you complete the quiz or assignment yourself so that the program can use your responses as an answer key. This works with short response or multiple choice. Once you have done this, any submission will automatically run through Flubaroo and be graded. The grades are compiled in a new tab so you are able to view their raw submissions in one tab and their graded responses in another.
This Google form walks you through a variety of topics based on what you already know and what you want to know. It covers all skills necessary to use Google apps to create independent learning stations. If you choose to go to "Using Google Forms" on the second question, you access a variety of resources, such as Creating or Formatting Google Forms, or Creating an Independent Learning Station. When you choose a topic it takes you to a page with lots of information and training videos.
This site has a variety of premade examples of forms that you can use. There are forms to help keep you organized as a teacher, forms to assist with administration, forms to use with your students, and a list of more quick ideas.