Google Forms: Create a Formative Assessment Quiz

This blog post shows the old Google Forms, interface will be slightly different but concepts are still the same. Click Here for information on creating a Google Form with the new interface. Click Here for 5 things you may not know about Google Forms. Google Forms has...

Google Sheets: Text and Numbers in One Cell

  Frequently I have a need to add totals to the column headers in a spreadsheet. In my budget spreadsheet, I like to have the total amount of money I’ve spent in the column header for expenses. When totalling points on assignments, I want the total at the...

Google Sheets: Fill Down

One of the coolest things about spreadsheets is the ability for it to recognize patterns and apply it over a large range. If you write a formula in a spreadsheet and then copy the formula to other cells, the spreadsheet recognizes the pattern and automatically adjusts...

Google Forms: Reusing Them Next Year

Hopefully, you have figured out by now that Google Forms is the best thing since sliced bread. If you are trying to be paperless, Google Forms is a must have. Not only are you paperless but all of your information is typed and in a single location. No more shuffling...

Google Sheets: Create Pixel Art

  A fun use of spreadsheets is to create Pixel art. Students can draw and represent objects by coloring cells in the spreadsheet. This is not only a fun activity, but a good excuse to get students started with spreadsheets… a valuable life skill. Resize...
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