How To Create Self Grading Assessments Using The Updated Version of Google Forms





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Published on Feb 25, 2013

We use Google Forms and Google Spreadsheets to create the self grading assessment.

Self grading assessments are fantastic for increasing Student engagement and student motivation as it provides a tool for providing immediate feedback to your students.

Google forms and Google spreadsheets are free to use in the Google Apps for EDU account and are accessed via your Google Drive.

This video will show you:
00:50 How to create your form
01:00 The other video showing you the features of the updated Google Frms can be found at http://goo.gl/LiVR6
01:23 Setting up your Google Form
02:18 How to add more questions
02:55 How to import your answers from a Google Doc or Google Spreadsheet
03:56 Use the duplicate button to save time
05:10 You need to use the response destination feature
05:40 The one limitation with text based questions
07:05 The work-around for this limitation
08:10 Install Flubaroo to mark the test
09:02 How to apply weighting to each question
09:50 Howto interpret the results
10:20 How to use self grading assessments to differentiate your teaching
11:05 How to email the students their grades instantly
11:40 Subscribe to our YouTube Channel (http://goo.gl/Cyexd) so you don't miss the next update video
11:50 Check out http://www.googleappsforedu.com for other great tips and tricks

Let me know in the comment section below how you use self grading assessments with your students.


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