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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Use Google Forms to Make a Pivot Table

You can make a pivot table of data from Google Forms to compare questionnaire responses. When students create a survey, they will likely ask demographic questions about the people answering the questionnaire. Demographics include data about a person such as age, gender, grade, class, or role such as student, parent, or teacher. These factors may …

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Survey Questionnaire Ideas for Students Using Google Forms

A survey questionnaire is a list of questions given to a group of people to gather information about their behavior, options, or beliefs. Data is then analyzed with the results being used to show what a larger group of similar people might do, think, or believe. People use survey questionnaires to gain an understanding about …

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Google Forms and Graphed Results

Recently, I developed a technology project that uses Google Forms. In this project, students become researchers. They develop their own research question, select a sample, design a questionnaire, conduct a pre-test, administer the survey to a sample group, and analyze the data to report the findings. It has been fun to write and I can’t …

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5 More Reasons to Use Google Forms with Students

Google Forms is a web-based app to create forms. It is ideal for teachers and students. With Google Forms it is easy to conduct polls, administer surveys, assess using a quiz, and register event attendees. In the previous post, several reasons to use Google Forms were listed. If you still are not convinced the Google …

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