Google classroom offers some great options for assessment within the platform itself. You can create a question (short answer or multiple choice) to use as part of a lesson, create an assignment (graded or not) where students can post their work, or create a quiz using Google Forms (multiple choice, short answer, drop down, and a linear scale). The addition of Pear Deck can really jazz up your assessments!
SJUSD Google Forms Training
How to Create a Quiz in Froms
How to Create Questions in Forms
Grading Assessments in Forms
Sharing Grades in Forms
Prevent Cheating in Google Forms
Ask a Variety of Questions
- Sequence questions - use the "checkbox grid" question type to ask students to sequence or arrange items in a list.
- Matching questions - use the multiple choice grid question type to create a matching question (great for vocabulary quizzes!)
- Reading Passage - use the title/text element to add a short reading passage.
- Video question - have students watch a video and then answer questions about it (great for math and world language.
- Image question - images can be used as the question stem or question choices (great for science, math, social studies, and elementary students)
- Free response / short answer - If a student can answer all of the multiple choice questions correctly, but can't articulate 2-3 sentences on the same topic...something is wrong.
Turn on Lock Mode
Use the Shuffle Order Option
SJUSD Google Slide Training
Google Slides Q&A Features
Converting Powerpoint to Google Slides
SJUSD Master Slides & Templates Training
Inserting a Google Form into a Google Slide
Sharing Google Slides
SJUSD Pear Deck Training
- Install the Pear Deck add-on for Slides
- Use the add-on to add pre-made interactive slides to your presentation
- And /or use the add-on to add interactive elements to existing slides
- Use the add-on to present the slideshow with Pear Deck
- This will give you a join code that your students will type in at http://peardeck.com/join
- And that's it! You can now run the slideshow and your students can interact with it.
Increased Engagement using Pear Deck
Last Modified on August 20, 2020