Sunday, February 24, 2013

Embed a Google Form into your Classroom Blog

Hi guys!

Just a quick tutorial on Google Forms for you today-



Many of you may have used Google Forms in your classroom already, but did you know that you can embed the form directly into your classroom website or blog? This is a quick and simple way to get feedback from parents or students in your classroom.

I use Google Forms all of the time in my room. I use them to:
  • Collaborate with colleagues
  • Gather feedback on a new project
  • Collect information from my blog readers
  • Connect with parents
  • Assess my students.
This little tutorial assumes that you have some basic experience with Google Forms. If you would like a more detailed overview of the creation of Google Forms, please leave some comment love on this post and I will be happy to oblige.

Check it out:


For those of you that have been using Google Forms for quite some time, Google recently added to the arsenal of tools and functionality in a new update. So, if you haven't used Google Forms lately- be sure to hop back in and see the new and improved Google Forms! It's much easier to collaborate on the forms now!

Thanks for watching and be sure to pop over to my blog, Purely Paperless for tips and tools to integrate technology into your classroom!

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8 comments:

  1. This has been on my list of things to do for a while. I would love more information of using Google Docs to assess students. I think this would be a great tool for the little ones.
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    1. My little second graders LOVE Google Docs! It is such an easy way to collect assessment information. Thanks for the feedback and I'll get to work!

      ❁ Kate
      Purely Paperless

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  2. What a great post! Full of wonderful resources. I would love to learn more about google docs. Thanks for sharing
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    1. Thanks for the reply- I will work on a little something for you!

      There are some great resources and tools available!

      ❁ Kate
      Purely Paperless

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  3. What a great post! Full of wonderful resources. I would love to learn more about google docs.
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