Why use a Google Form to assess presentations?
- You'll eliminate the need to juggle 80+ paper rubrics!
- You can evaluate presentations electronically. Most of us can type comments faster than we can hand write them.
- The scoring data can be transferred to a Google Sheet that you can program to calculate numeric totals.
- All scores are on one Sheet, so you can further evaluate the student data as needed.
For demonstration purposes, I'll begin converting this sample rubric to a Google Form. By the way, have you seen Kathy Schrock's extensive Assessments and Rubrics webpage?
Let's build a sample rubric:
1. Open your Google Drive and create a new Google Form.
- Change the appearance of your Form by choosing different colors or images for your header.
- Click Preview to view the live version of your Form. This is the version you will see as you actually use your Form to assess your students.
- In the Settings menu, you can choose who can complete your form and whether you will collect login information. Since this Form is for your own use, you probably won't need to make any changes.
- Under More Options, you can "Create a copy" of the Form for each of your classes if you'd rather separate the assessments instead of having data for all of your students on one Sheet.