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Video instructions and help with filling out and completing How Form 2220 Feedback

Instructions and Help about How Form 2220 Feedback

A couple of weeks ago, I taught some of the middle school staff how to create a Form for their daily writing prompts. This Form will serve as a collection point for their prompts next year. The same general idea can be used to create a Form for any type of data collection on a daily basis. For example, it could be used to ask students what they learned from the day's lesson, or to provide a quick start in the morning. In this case, we are focusing on the daily writing prompt. To create a Form, click on the "create" button and then select "form". After creating a new form, a prompt will appear in the first window, allowing you to title the form and choose a theme. However, the theme can be set later, so it is not necessary to focus on it at this point. For this demonstration, let's title the form "Form number two" and click "OK". The Form offers nine different question types to choose from. Additionally, there are four different layout types that can be inserted. The first question to ask the students may be regarding the date, as it will make data management easier later on. Simply click and drag the questions to rearrange them. After adding the two questions for the date and the block, other content can be determined. For example, you can ask about the prompt of the day or what they learned or had questions about. A paragraph text field can be added for the student's response, making it a required question. After adding the four questions, it is a good idea to give the students a friendly message. Additionally, you can prevent them from easily filling out another form. You can also provide them with the ability to edit their responses...