An activity with questions about a video. A formative assessment matching images to the correct descriptions. A summative quiz that gives students immediate constructive feedback. Become an expert at creating these and more in this workshop! You will learn the steps for using Google Forms to develop multimedia activities and assessments that you can easily revise and reuse for in-person and remote classes. 

You can use the instructions from this workshop with students to help them build their digital literacy skills and create their own forms. With Google Forms, students can: 

  • Create questionnaires to gather data for research projects.
  • Quiz each other on assignments.
  • Create registration forms for program events, and more. 

What are your goals for participating in this workshop? What questions would you like answered? Help us tailor the workshop by posting your goals and questions to our discussion board by 3/28.

You can choose the way you would like to attend this workshop. Both will take place at the same time.

  • Attend in person in Boston to receive hands-on support. (JSI, 44 Farnsworth St.)
  • Attend online via Zoom to receive online support.

IMPORTANT: Click to submit a form letting us know how you plan to attend.

Please note: This workshop assumes basic proficiency with Google Forms. See the Prerequisites section for the specific skills and professional development to help you learn them if needed.


    This professional development activity/course is designed for:

  • Teachers, advisors, office staff, directors, and anyone with basic knowledge of using Google Forms

At this two-hour, in-person or online interactive workshop, you will develop your Google Forms skills to be able to: 

  • Create different types of questions to assess learning.
  • Add images and videos to questions and response choices.
  • Convert forms to quizzes and use settings for automating grading and feedback (summative assessment).
  • Create sections for real-time feedback (formative assessment).
  • Access students’ responses and collected data for analysis and interpretation.
  • Share with learners how they can use these features for their own purposes.
  • Locate guidance on creating forms that are accessible to students with disabilities.

Please note:

  • You need to have a personal Gmail account for this workshop. If you do not have one, you can create one free of charge: create new account; instructions. Feel free to contact Diana Satin for help: dianarsatin@gmail.com.
  • If you are attending in person, please bring your own device. We suggest bringing a laptop if you have one. If it is a program laptop, be sure you are able to sign in to use it.

Questions? Contact Diana Satin at dianarsatin@gmail.com.

Several days before the event, Jane Brandt at jane_brandt@worlded.org will send you an email with the Zoom link. 

*To ensure that you receive information about your training, please save jane_brandt@worlded.org to your email address book.*

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    Learning Objectives

    Upon completion of this professional development activity/course, you will be able to:

  • Access various question types and add multimedia to create collaborative activities for students
  • Create formative and summative assessments and locate student responses in order to inform instruction

This workshop is for anyone with basic knowledge of using Google Forms. This includes being able to do all the following:

  • Create forms from templates and from scratch.
  • Add and delete questions and fields in a form.
  • Add titles and multimedia to questions.
  • Format questions and change question settings.
  • Send forms to students.
  • Locate guidance on creating forms that are accessible to students with disabilities.

Do you need to learn these skills? Please join us for Exploring the Basics of Google Forms.

04/04/2024 - 12:30 pm to 04/04/2024 - 2:30 pm
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United States

PD Center
SABES Program Support PD Center - Digital Literacy
Topic Area
Digital Literacy
Distance and Blended Learning
PDP Eligible
Open Date
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