Technology in the classroom continues to be critical as we head into the next school year. At the ISTE 2019 conference, some trends heavily emphasized were digital learning via interactive technologies, accessibility, and the need for immediate feedback. Microsoft Forms is one such technology that allows all students to participate in learning, engages them for deeper understanding, and provides a timely feedback loop to facilitate faster improvement. To make the upcoming school year even more effective, Microsoft Forms has many new and improved features spanning across creation, responses, analysis, and integration with other productivity apps.
Take a look at the EDU Quick tip video from our EDU group to learn how to create a quiz in just a few simple steps!
In addition, Forms Pro has reached general availability. Forms Pro brings even more power to Forms with additional features, analytics, and the ability to integrate with business applications. Forms Pro is also available for EDU customers (see more).
Check out the see more links above for more information and screenshots. Here's a few:
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