Logic Branching in Google Forms – Get the info you really want in the most efficient way!

Google Forms are an exceptional tool for collecting information and having it automatically organised and stored in a Google Sheet. Many people I work with are unaware that they can use ‘Logic Branching’ to direct responders depending on how they answer a question. Logic Branching allows you, as the creator of the Form, to choose different pathways for your responders depending on their answer. This is a great tool for collecting information from parents, scaffolding student learning, providing student agency and creating digital outcomes like Pick-a-Path or Choose your own Adventure type stories.

Check out this video to see how you can use ‘Logic Branching’ in Google Forms.

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Look out for my next blog which will show you how to use the ‘Feedback’ feature in Forms to scaffold and support learning for your students.

Want to know even more about Google Forms – check out these great UTB blog posts:

Five ways to make Chromebooks even easier to use for younger students

I recently spent three days working with staff and students at Waipahihi School in Taupo, New Zealand. While helping the teachers to introduce Google Classroom to their grade 3 and 4 students, I noticed that a lot of time was spent directing students to particular websites and assisting them to change settings on their Chromebooks. In this blog post, I’ll be sharing these five ways to customise Chromebooks to eliminate these time wasters.

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Search Reliability Activities For Students

Trying to help our students gauge whether a source of information is reliable is quite a challenge at the best of times. The following newspaper article illustrates that this is not just an issue confined to the internet. Here are a few resources you can use to help teach search

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