A few items to point out when creating your form.
- Make sure to have each question required
- If one of your questions requires a tally mark type response, leave the question as a short answer and have the person filling out the form use a character as a tally.
- Google Forms - under the setting gear
- Your choice to restrict to just your district (would require log-in - so may not be what you want).
- Make sure under Respondents can:
- Check edit after submit (nice for those who submit to be able to edit)
- Your choice to allow summary charts and text responses
- You may want to think about not placing the student's name on Form - maybe a code that you and the submitter know
- Update (1/21/19) - Make your spreadsheet do the hard work for you in your data collection. These little adjustments in your form can help take it one step more!
- In short Wakelet is a site that allows users to organize and curate information online.
- What is great is that you can store the form links under one collection in Wakelet and then share this Wakelet link.
- Make sure to check your visibility (public, unlisted, or private) - in my example I used unlisted
Embedded below is a 4 minute and 35 second YouTube tutorial showing how I used Google Forms and Wakelet.
I am sure there are countless other ways, but this is what I find to be the easiest.
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