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How to Use Google Forms to Collect Daily Feedback/Responses

There are a lot of teachers are the middle school who are revising their websites to prepare to come back to new positions this fall. One of the items that many have been adding is a Google Form to collect daily writing, feedback, or responses. If you've made a Google Form before, you already know how easy it is to do. However, for those of you who haven't, here is a quick screencast to walk you through the process. Once you've made your form, you can link to it from your website or use the "Insert" menu on your Google Site to embed it right on your website (or come see me and we can do it together).

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