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Creating Self Grading Quizzes with Google Forms and the Flubaroo Add On – Viral Trends

Creating Self Grading Quizzes with Google Forms and the Flubaroo Add On




Learn how you can use Google Forms to create an online quiz that can contain images. You will also see how you can use the new Flubaroo Add On in Sheets to grade the quiz and break down your…

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  1. I learned something new about how this process will integrate with Google Classroom. It was an update that happened after this video was made. If you post your link to your quiz as a Google Classroom assignment, it will track your students' progress in Classroom. You will see who has taken it and who has not for each of the classes you assigned it to. It even has a quick link to the results that makes things even easier to manage. Enjoy!

  2. I have watched a few video's on google forms today, but at least you go step by step in every single thing, as i would looking to see how you put in the correct answer but noticed you can't do this till you set up the google form and you explained it perfectly thanks again Ian.

  3. Thanks for the video! Is there a way to use 100 questions, but each student would only get 50 of those questions randomly? I would plan on assigning the Google Form using Google Classroom.

  4. Hey @Steven Isaak, I organized my folders in Drive with students in a three step process. Basically I made a folder that was outgoing for stuff to all of the students. This was read only for them, so they could open stuff, but not edit. I could put templates for stuff in them and they could make a copy of things for themselves. I then had each student create a folder and share it with me. This was how they could submit assignments to me privately. I did this as a class to show them how it was done. I also had them use a specific naming system that included their class section and last name so the classes would stay sorted (Something like B1 Smith, B2 Anderson) Finally I created a folder in My Drive for the class and dragged all of the student folders into that.

    I made some videos guiding someone through the process for my district. This was before Google Classroom came along and made it so much simpler!

    Here are the videos:

    1) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Cj_3j_oSqeE

    2) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DqnLWdZE8ac

    3) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=R1pUOgtZ1Xc

    Hope this helps!

    Pete

  5. @Leon Arias I used Camtasia Studio. It allowed me to create a stock beginning sequence of graphics and audio that I used for the videos I made for school. It also had some pretty nice editing tools that allowed me to zoom in and out of the video capture I had recorded to focus on different things I wanted people to notice. Thanks for watching!

  6. @Larry….thanks for the kind words about my video, I am glad you found it helpful. In my district, all of the students have Google accounts so when they take my quiz their emails are captured automatically. That is what shows up under username. If your student do not use Google, you could make a field on your quiz in which the student enters their email address along with their name.

    Once you have the email address of some sort being captured it will appear as one of the columns with the rest of the quiz info on the results spreadsheet. The Flubaroo Add On will do the rest. When you grade the quiz with it, it creates the results sheet, but also has some new options under the Flubaroo menu at the top of the window. One of the choices should be to email grades. It will guide you through selecting the column to get the addresses from, as well as what exactly you want to send to the students as far as answers and results are concerned. You can also add a message to be included.

  7. Thank you so much Peter. You've made my life easier. Now, you mntioned in your video to use USERNAME to EMail all the students. How does that work? How does Google know their EMails? Do I have to previously save them on my GMail? PLease explain. Thanks again.

  8. @Kimbery… when you go into Flubaroo to start grading your results, there will be a step where it asks you how many points each question should count for. At this point you could go in and select questions that you want to not be counted. You can also choose to weight some questions to be worth more than others. 

    You can regrade the quiz results so you can always come back and count a question  or choose to not have it counted. I have done this with a question or two that I did not like after I saw how my students responded to it.

    I hope that helps!

  9. Is there a way to make a question n/a for grading?  Meaning, lets say there is a bonus question that doenst have to be answered. Not answering it wont count against their grade but answering woudl give them points.  Im doing more of an assessment as opposed to and actual quiz so there will be times that some questions will not apply and I dont want it to count against them.

  10. Peter Good Morning,
    I am trying to use your program. I only have the you tube. I can't believe you have exactly what I have been searching for! I have a health program and a 35 point questionnaire. Man! I am excited. Thanks. Hank

  11. I noticed on the quiz, there is a box on the bottom of the "quiz" form that students can check which would send them a copy of their answers. Is there any way to turn this off so they don't share their answers with other students who might take the exact same test? Thank you!

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