How to Use Google Forms for Easy ID Quizzes: I made a vow several years ago after grading I don't know how many identification quizzes that someday I would go paperless. Looking back now, I know it was quite a lofty goal, but as technology becomes more user friendly, not one that isn't unattainable now. Some experience in the classroom and a more grounded approach to life has definitely shown me that not all examinations should be given on paper or a computer, but there are definitely times when it would be most efficient and effective to test and provide feedback via a technological interface.
Here enters Google Forms. I have already provided one post on the use of Google Forms for Formative Assessment, but wanted to share a system I use on a weekly basis to quiz students on various identification quizzes. I use this heavily with my Floriculture and Veterinary Science class, but also use it in Intro to Ag Mechanics to ask students to identify parts and tools.
In the following video, I show you how to go about creating a Google Form that will streamline your assessment process when it comes to ID quizzes.
As I mentioned in the video, I would provide students with a hard copy of the name selections. This seems to reduce test anxiety and provides students with an organizational tool as they progress through the quiz.
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