I have had a lot of time to read and plan this summer while traveling through China. I am moving to a new school and a new grade level so to have that time has been so helpful! I also got an IPAD this summer so I have been trying to see how I can use it in my classroom to help reduce paper clutter.
I love conferencing with my students, but I always disliked that they had to come to me, that I couldn't go to them (well, I could go to them, but then I would have to carry my massive conferencing binder with me!).
I started looking around for some different forms I could use on my IPAD, but I couldn't find just what I wanted. I was talking with my roommate one evening about this and she introduced me to Google Forms (do you hear the Angel Choir singing?). This is one of those how did I not know about this items?
If you use Google Drive then you have access to Google Forms.
In about 30 minutes I created this Reading Workshop Conferencing Google Form!
|Click on the photo and it will take you to the actual form!|
Hopefully this tutorial will help you get started....
I hope this helps you! I think there are SO many uses for Google Forms. I can't wait to keep creating!
I came across a few blog posts about Google Forms that I hope will encourage you:
Google Forms that Teachers Should NOT MISS
Using Google Docs Forms to Run a Peer-Review Writing Workshop
Using Google Forms in Reading
Special thanks to:
Jen Jones from the Doodle Chalkboard Frames and to Mrs. Skyes for the wonderful chevron paper!