How to Create Quizzes Using The New Google Forms And Share Them With Students

Google Forms are an easy to use, free survey tool included within G Suite for Education (formerly called Google Apps for Education, we’re still getting used to the new name too). We know many of our users leverage these forms in the classroom to survey students and create self-grading quizzes.

Today we’re covering the basics of using the new 2016 update to Google Forms which include the ability to set up questions and have the form itself auto-grade the submissions by your students. This is different from our previous post on the topic. Where you used to have to use add-ons, Google recently updated Forms to include the quiz functionality right inside. Let’s check it out!

(And quick reminder - you can always lean on Chalkup for quick real-time polling of your class. Here’s a refresher on how to do that.)

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