Creating a Self Correcting Quiz Using Google Forms

Presenter: Kristopher Redman / Kern Kelley
Location: Newport, Maine
@kernkelley

Presentation Title: Creating a Self Correcting Quiz Using Google Forms

Presentation Description: This presentation takes users step by step through the process of creating a self-correcting quiz using Google Forms.

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2 Responses to “Creating a Self Correcting Quiz Using Google Forms”

  1. […] Extra Credit K12 Online Conference Reflection. Posted on April 27, 2012 by William Brown I found a pretty cool video about self correcting quizzes and how to create them. The best part about this video was switching places. A student actually teaches you how to do this! The student gives a great example on how to make one by creating a question and giving a choice of answers. If the answer is incorrect the quiz simply helps you out by self correcting its self. This would work great if you are trying to prep the kids for a test or quiz coming up. Check out the link —> Quiz […]

  2. […] I watched the session from 2011 in the Level Up section titled “Creating a Self Correcting Quiz Using Google Forms” . […]

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