Google Forms as Exit Slips

Here’s an idea for people who are fortunate enough to have computer access. If you are in a one-to-one school, or even if you have a class set of iPads, this is something to try!

Instead of a paper exit slip, email the students a link to a short Google Form. There are several options for question types, and you can even prompt the students with pictures or YouTube videos.

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The genius in this system is that you can see all the responses in a single document! With this system I can quickly highlight or color-code to give an overview of the level of understanding in each of my classes. I’ve just started doing this, but I’m really excited about the potential.

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