Google Forms for Bell Work

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I am so excited to see some of our Teachers’ try out this method of Bell Work!

A Gory Tale of English Class

Last year we went paperless in my classroom for everything except Bell Work. I tried a few different programs to put my Bell Work online, but to really make it work, the Bell Work was going to have to be multiple choice. Ick.

After attending the Google Summit in Texas this summer, I got the idea to put my Bell Work on a Google Form. It has been amazing.

Each day my students come in, grab a computer or iPad, sit down, and get to work. My students love the Google Forms and feel that they are more user-friendly.

Bell Work

I’ve found since moving my Bell Work to Google Forms, my students are taking more time to properly answer the questions, are giving more thought out answers, and are more excited to go over the Bell Work when everyone is finished. Plus, each student has a computer so we are…

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About April Gutafson

April Gustafson wants to live in a world where every person, young and old has one piece of technology to enhance their learning, collaborating, and understanding. As an Educational Technology Integration Specialist (ETIS) for Oklahoma City Public Schools, she has the awesome job of coaching the eight teachers who received a cart of 30 Chromebooks for their classes as a part of the John Marshall 1:1 Initiative. She has been a middle and high school science teacher at John Marshall the last five years, where she received the honor of the 2015 teacher of the year for her building and was a top nine finalist in the district. She is a Google user and believer, taking every opportunity to show and share her Google love! When she’s not scouring the Earth for new Ed Tech tools or coaching awe-inspiring teachers, you can find her listening to an array of paranormal audiobooks or binge watching television shows with family. Discover her favorite tech tools, videos and links go to http://tinyurl.com/AGustafson or follow her on Twitter @April2383. Mother, a devoted girlfriend, teacher, learner, ed tech nerd and the rest just follows... Living, Laughing, Loving!

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