Today's Post comes from a blog that I follow by Alice Keeler. It shows how to make a Google Form in 7 steps. I use Google Forms to quiz students who have read the Maud Hart Lovelace books. I also use them to have the students vote for their favorite book characters that students made for the Makerspace Book Character competition in the library.
Google has updated Google forms and it is so easy for students to use and also easy to interpret the information that you can get from the forms. It would be cool to have students create some forms of their own to collect information. See the easy infograph below to learn how to use the new Google Forms.