Friday, April 3, 2020

How to Create Self-Grading Quizzes in Google Classroom

Google Forms is a fantastic tools for making self-grading assessment for students. Google Classroom is a wonderful way to assign and collect work from students.

Wouldn't it be great to put these two great tools together?

Well, just like the peanut butter and chocolate in a Reese's Peanut Butter Cup, Google Forms and Google Classroom work together perfectly to make it easier than ever to create, distribute, and grade assessments in schools.

When you create a quiz through Classroom, many of the needed settings in Google Forms are automatically taken care of for you, there's no need to worry about copying the correct link for the quiz, and the student grades are easily imported right into your Classroom grade book!

See below for a quick 8-minute video that will show you everything you need to know for creating quizzes in Classroom. Then if you want to dig even deeper, I have also included a 1-hour video from a webinar I did a while back that goes into more advanced options and uses of Forms for assessments.

Tutorial Video (8 minutes)

Here is my quick 8-minute video that covers all the basics you need to know to create, distribute, and collect a self-grading quiz in Google Classroom:

Note: See all of my Google Classroom help videos here:

Webinar (1 hour)

Here is my 1-hour webinar that covers creating assessments with Google Forms, fromt he basics to more advanced features and uses:

BONUS: For Math and Science

See my earlier blog post on how to use the free Equatio extension to easily add math symbols and expressions and chemical formulas to the Google Forms quizzes you make:

Equatio: Yes You Can Type Math and Science in Google Docs and Forms! - Blog post link

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