Put Your Google Forms Next to Your Content

I had the opportunity to attend and present at a GAFE Summit presented by EdTech Team this past weekend. One of the sessions I presented was on using Google Forms for differentiation. One of the attendees at this session shared a great idea for how to use it even more effectively with students. I did not catch her name, so if you are reading this, I am sorry and please contact me to let me know who you are so I can give you proper credit. And hopefully, you don’t mind me sharing my interpretation of this idea.

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