TechnoQuestionnaire

Examine a significant issue using a Google Forms survey. Students design a questionnaire, then collect and analyze the results. A final report explains and interprets the findings.

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Google Forms Lessons – TechnoQuestionnaire

Christa’s Top TechnoKids Pick It was my turn to choose a favorite TechnoKids technology project this month. After lots of waffling, I finally settled on TechnoQuestionnaire, a technology project with Google Forms lessons ideal for Grades 6-12. It was very difficult for me to pick only one. I love each technology project that TechnoKids publishes …

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TechnoKids Releases Project for Google Apps for Education

TechnoKids Inc. is excited to announce the release of TechnoQuestionnaire, a project designed specifically for G Suite for Education. TechnoQuestionnaire is the first of an all new line of TechnoKids technology projects written expressly for the free online tools developed by Google for the classroom. Build a Survey Questionnaire using Google Forms TechnoQuestionnaire is a …

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Eliminate Question Bias with the Help of Google Forms

A researcher needs to be objective. They cannot create a survey questionnaire that is designed to give a particular result. Instead, they must avoid question bias. Question bias is when a question leads a person to pick a particular answer. Leading questions can make survey results inaccurate. Here are 5 basic guidelines on how to …

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Use Google Forms to Make a Pivot Chart

You can make a pivot chart to manipulate data collected from a Google Form survey or questionnaire. This is an excellent way to compare groups by using a bar graph. Follow the step-by-step instructions to make your own using existing data collected. If you are using Google Forms with your students, you have likely read …

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