One of the best parts about Blended Learning is that the students get a chance to learn at their own pace. There are times when a student might already have background information about a topic or concept. Then there are times where they need a little extra support or guidance. Using Google Forms is just one of the ways to allow students to move through the curriculum at their own pace.
Today, I created a mini video on how to use Google Forms as a differentiated assessment tool. I set up multiple pages with questions for the students to answer. If a student gets the question correct, they will move onto the next question. If the student gets the question wrong, I break down the question and give them time to explore the question in more detail. Here is a direct link to the Google Form that I created so you can explore the questions as if you were a student in a my science classroom.
Marcia Kish, has been spent the last 16 years as a teacher, instructional coach, school director, and now as a professional development coordinator. Her love an passion for education can be seen through all aspects of her career.
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