As we start yet another school year it is great to see that Google for Education are pushing forward with some exciting new developments to help enhance your classroom experience.
The third new development I want to showcase is the brilliant new additions to Google Forms. I use forms so often inside and outside the classroom they really are fantastic.
The first exciting addition is that you can now add images such as diagrams, graphs etc to your questions or multiple choice answers. This is good for when you are using forms to assess students knowledge or understanding during a lesson or for homework or for tests.
The second exciting addition is that you can now have questions appear in a different order for students to complete through a new ‘shuffle’ feature. This adds a new element to how you may use the same forms for different students.
What do you think?