Google Forms: Best Practices in Archiving and Reusing your Quizes and Surveys

For many teachers, Google Forms is a quick and effortless way to create interactive surveys, tests, and quizzes for their students. It provides an easy-to-use interface and several dynamic question types that allow for a variety of classroom activities.

But what do you do after you are finished with your survey or quiz?

In today's post, we are going to look at the best way to organize your data, archive the results, and prepare your Google Form for either the next class or the next school year.

Additionally, at the bottom of this post is an opportunity to download three of our favorite Google Forms templates and join the TeacherCast Tech Coaches Insiders program.

What To Remember When Creating Google Forms

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