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Let's get started! Two ways to create a Google Form By clicking on the Chrome App Launcher icon from almost any Google Application

By clicking on New on G. Drive, G. Docs, G. Sheets, G. Slides and G. My Maps,

Step 1

Naming your form

Tip 1: After you name your form just click on “Untitled form” on the left side of your screen and your form will be named with the same title you used for your form. If you want to name your form differently, just click on “Untitled form” and type the name you want. You can also add a description to your form if you consider it necessary,

Tip 2: Switch your first question to Short Answer and use that question to get your students’ names. Make the question required.

Step 2

Adding sections

Tip 3: You can add as many sections as you want for your assessment.

Step 3

Making this form a quiz

Click on the gear located on the right side of your screen. Make your selections. We recommend collecting email addresses and limit to one response for security reasons. Save it. On this part only the “Shuffle questions order” is relevant for the purpose of the exam. Save it.

Convert this form into a quiz. Turn on Locked mode to avoid students look for information on the internet if you want to. Select the release grade mode and what students can see as well. Save it.


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Collecting email addresses will prevent students from entering fake names. Since they have to log in with their credentials on their Chromebooks, any fake identity will be discovered easily. Selecting “Restrict to users in Roselle Public Schools and its trusted organizations” will obligate students to sign in with their school credentials and be under your test regulations. “Limit to one response” is something you can use as you wish, depending on your class situation. Google Forms does not save the answers before submitting. Therefore, you will have to consider either chunking your exam into parts that can be completed in one class period, or selecting the “Edit after submit” choice. That will allow students to submit their incomplete test and go back later to edit their answers. You will have to consider which one is the best choice for your class. Selecting “Shuffle question order” will make it more difficult for students to look at each other’s answers. “Turn on locked mode” is an excellent feature to prevent students from looking for information on the internet to answer the questions. They will not able to open any other tab until after they submit their test. You can select the “Immediately after each submission” choice to release grades immediately to students. This option is best if the test is all multiple choice questions. If it is not, we recommend clicking on “Later, after manual review”, which will avoid giving a non-realistic grade. After you manually correct the open-ended questions, you will be able to communicate the actual grades to your students. In terms of what the responders can see, we recommend unchecking the first two choices for security reasons. If the students do not know what the right and missing answers are after submitting the test, they will not be able to pass that information to other students. Any time you make a selection on your Google Form setting, please save it. Google Forms does not save that information automatically.

Step 4

Adding questions

Click on the plus sign to add questions. Select the type of question you want to add to your test.

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The only difference between short answer and paragraph questions is the amount of characters responders are allowed to type. Multiple choice is for questions with only one correct answer. If your question has more than one correct answer, select the Checkboxes choice.

Step 5

After you create your question, click on Answer Key and select the right answer and the point value for the question. Repeat the procedure for the next questions.

Adding answer keys When you create a question you can add extra information such as pictures or videos and titles. You can also import questions from Google Forms previously created. Finally, you can make your questions required.

Step 6

Creating a spreadsheet After you ďŹ nish making your test, click on Responses and then on the green icon on the right side to create the spreadsheet that will collect students’ responses.

You will be able to create a new one or add the information from this new test to and old spreadsheet.

Step 7 1. You can post your assessment on Google Classroom 2. You can email your test to your students. 3. You can email the link to the test to your students or post the link anywhere else.

Posting your test

Step 8

Grading your test

This sample test has one multiple choice question and one open-ended question. One student has responded, as you can see on the spreadsheet. In order to grade the open-ended questions, click on Responses and then on Individual.

Grading your test On your Response page scroll down and you will see the student responded the ďŹ rst question incorrectly. It is time now for you to read the answer for the open-ended question and assign the points from 1 to 10 in this case. After you do that, save it. The new grade now will be reected on the spreadsheet. This student got 10 points out of 11, which was the total points for this test.

Getting the final grade On your spreadsheet, right-click on column C and insert a new column .

On you new column, next to the score (Cell C2), type the formula “=C2*100/11” and press enter on your keyboard. Now you can see the final grade for this student, which is 91%. When you finish correcting all the test you select and then drag down cell C2 to the last student on the spreadsheet and all the percentages will be calculated automatically.

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