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Video instructions and help with filling out and completing Form 5495 Assessment

Instructions and Help about Form 5495 Assessment

In this video tutorial, we're going to take a look at how you can use Forms to create gradable quizzes for your students. For years, we've been able to use Forms to create surveys and questionnaires, but they weren't really gradable unless you used an add-on like flubaroo or something similar. Now, Forms has added some templates that make it really easy for teachers to create gradable quizzes, specifically in Forms. Let's look at how to get started doing this. Here I am in my Forms, and if I go up here to "New" and click it, it lists some things that I can create new copies of. However, if I click "More", I can select Forms. Now, I haven't clicked anything yet, but you'll notice off to the right there's an arrow that pops open with some options. I can either create a blank form or create a form from a template. I'm going to select "From a template". When I do, it takes me to the template gallery in Forms. There's another way to get there if you don't want to bother going through Forms. You can just go to forms.com and it will take you directly to this screen. It looks like a limited version of what I get on this page, but all you need to do is click on the arrows and it opens up with the entire list of templates. I'm going to jump back to the previous tab, close that one out, and go full screen. Here are some form templates that I can use, and it can save me a lot of time. A lot of these are for general use, personal use, work-related use. But at the bottom, we have some education templates that we can use. Notice there's an exit ticket, which would...