Note: The new option for responses that the owner of the form can view, so you quickly see information and select the spreadsheet option if you would like to sort and view the summary of the data.
the screen. It looks like a person running.
If you need to show "data" for formative assessments, Forms automatically creates summary charts for you!
Not all the features from the older version have moved over to the new version, but I like what I am seeing and its a great way to collect data.
Now, only if they would add creating quizzes directly in Google Classroom that might make me really happy!
The second item, not that it's new but it is now open in our school, we now have access to
Google Voice, a telephony service that provides call forwarding and voicemail services, voice and text messaging, as well as US and international calls. I curious how it compares to Skype. To get started you can create and account and phone number by going to voice.google.com. A few of our World Language teachers have been exploring options to record audio and found some resources to share here.
Below is a quick overview of Google Voice
I hope to explore with a few teachers this month and post and update!
Link to Google Newsletter with Tips and Tricks!