Conquer Your Forms Collaboratively

Collaboration in G Suite apps such as Docs, Sheets, Slides, Forms is not only common but is essential in modern practice of how we learn and work together. This post focuses more on how we in education can efficiently and creatively collaborate in a sheet that will in essence assist in creating varying forms such…

Computational Thinking with Forms, Sheets, and Add-Ons

ISTE’s recent update to Student Standards encompasses an area called Computational Thinker with a primary focus on student who develop and employ strategies for understanding and solving problems in ways that leverage the power of technology methods to develop test solutions.  With this being said, we need to reflect on What data or problems do…

A Time for a Survey, A Time for Assessment

Throughout our educational careers the utilization of gathering information and dissemination of data is a constant. Today’s post focuses on how we can survey and and assess. Even though there is a plethora of resources out there for teachers and school staff to use, I will narrow my focus to Google Forms. A Time to…

Sheets are Made with rowCall

Whether it’s the beginning, middle, or end of the school year data needs to be sorted. This instructional video demonstrates how to use the rowCall add-on in Google Sheets to use a header and distribute data to individual sheets for quick lookup and communication purposes.

Getting More Out of Google Forms with autoCrat

Most users utilize Google Forms for tasks such as surveys, data collection, assessments, contact forms, etc. all of which are great uses but are limiting you. Using Google Sheet add-ons you provide efficient and effective opportunities for the information you collect.  Noteworthy add-ons autoCrat– mail merge, easily shares out to whomever via Drive or Email….