Technology Integration: Math

Technology Skill: Data Management, Spreadsheet

Program: Google Apps, Google Forms, Google Sheets

Includes: Google Forms lessons, Teacher Guide, Printable Student Workbook, Paperless Worksheets, Extension Activities, Questionnaire Parent Letter, Questionnaire Certificate, Summary of Skills Checklist, Questionnaire Checklist, Questionnaire Marking Sheet, Questionnaire Peer Review, Questionnaire Presentation Rubric, Reading Habits Poll, Reading Habits Survey, School Spirit Survey Sample, Social Media Survey Sample

Assignment 1: What is a Survey Questionnaire?

Understand the purpose of a survey. Introduce terminology (e.g. population, sample, bias)

Assignment 2: Compare a Poll and a Survey

Take a Reading Habits poll and survey. Compare these two methods of gathering data.

Assignment 3: Study Survey Results

Analyze results from Reading Habits survey.

Assignment 4: Create a School Spirit Survey

Build a survey using Google Forms to learn how to create a questionnaire.

Assignment 5: Organize Ideas for a Survey Questionnaire

Determine the purpose, sample, data collection method, and questions for questionnaire.

Assignment 6: Build a Survey

Create a questionnaire using Google Forms.

Assignment 7: Conduct a Pre-Test

Share the form. Using a checklist have a peer take the questionnaire and offer suggestions.

Assignment 8: Collect Survey Results

Prepare the form for respondents. Give the questionnaire to a sample group of respondents.

Assignment 9: View Survey Results

View the data in a spreadsheet and in the Summary of Responses report.

Assignment 10: Analyze Survey Results

Study data and interpret the findings using a question sheet. Draw conclusions.

Assignment 11: Present Findings to a Jury of your Peers

Present findings. Use the Summary of Responses report to support conclusions.

Optional Questionnaire and Google Forms Lessons

What is Sample Bias? Select the correct sampling technique.
What is Question Bias? Avoid bias with well-phrased questions.
Brainstorm Survey Ideas: Generate a research question.
Compare Results with a Pivot Table or Chart: Compare data from subgroups.

Design a Survey
Analyze Survey Results
Integrate Google Forms into Curriculum
Teach Advanced Skills

Build a Survey Questionnaire using Google Forms

Students become researchers. They develop their own research question, select a sample, and design a questionnaire using Google Forms lessons. A pre-test is used to improve the design. The survey questionnaire is then administered to the sample group. Research findings are shared with a jury of peers in an oral presentation.

  • Understand the purpose of a survey
  • Investigate a research question
  • Select a sample from the population
  • Identify bias in data collection methods
  • Design questions to gather data
  • Conduct a pretest to improve survey design
  • Administer a survey to gather data
  • Display data in charts, tables, and graphs
  • Interpret results to draw conclusions
  • Summarize findings in a report

Customer Reviews

Students become researchers. They conduct a survey questionnaire to research an important issue using Google Forms lessons. Research findings are shared with a jury of peers in an oral presentation.

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Denise Roadman, Acton, MA, RJ Grey Junior High


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J. Beall, Cross Plains, WI, St. Francis Xavier School

The directions are very clear (like other Techno-products) which lets students be self-guided. TechnoQuestionnaire is really a great project to be able to give my students. They will move into high school well prepared.

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