TechnoTrivia

Students follow instructions to make a trivia quiz using Google or Microsoft Forms. They formulate questions, make an answer key, provide feedback, set point scoring, and more.

pick your own ending story

Pick Your Own Ending Story

Do you want a unique creative writing activity? Do you have reluctant writers who need inspiration? Do you need to integrate technology with language arts? Forms is the answer! Whether you’re using Microsoft Forms or Google Forms, writing a pick your own ending story is a fun lesson that combines computer skills and the writing …

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Microsoft Forms TechnoTrivia Project! Just Released

Great news! TechnoKids has just published a new version of TechnoTrivia for Microsoft Online users. Google Apps users have already been able to use this project to create fun quizzes but now it has been updated for Microsoft Forms as well. As part of Office 365, Microsoft Forms is an online survey creator. Students and …

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Ideas for Using Google Forms Quizzes

Integrate Google Forms Quizzes into Learning Did you know you can create quizzes using Google Forms that automatically calculate a score and report results? You can! Aside from making your own quizzes to test student knowledge, you can have students build their own trivia quizzes. Google Forms Quizzes is a feature that transforms any form …

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Google Forms Quiz NEW! TechnoTrivia

Learn How to Make a Quiz in Google Forms Use TechnoTrivia activities to make a quiz in Google Forms. Elementary and middle school students create a trivia game. They formulate questions to test friends’ knowledge about a topic. By setting the answer key an automated system calculates points and sends quiz results. Make Learning Fun …

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