[Note: this blog is a partnership between Microsoft Forms and West Ada School District from Idaho, USA]
Microsoft Forms can be used standalone, but also supports a number of powerful integrations such as Forms within Stream, Teams, OneNote, PowerPoint, and more. If you missed the blog earlier this year for educators and students, start here: Sample forms to help educators and students shift to online learning
Regardless of your data collection needs, Microsoft Forms is ready to make you even more productive in the school year. Let’s look at 2 scenarios and show you some of the newer Features in Microsoft Forms:
Scenario 1: Using Quiz in Teams assignment to assess students, collect their work, and provide feedback with their grades.
Quiz creation – Microsoft Forms provides a breath of question types and options so you can build an assessment that meets your needs.
Quizzes in Teams Assignments – Microsoft Forms Quizzes can become even more powerful when used in Teams Assignments. This allows you easily distribute the quiz to students.
Student response – New features allow students to use Quizzes even better.
Teacher grading – Microsoft Forms supports automatic grading. However, you can also do manual grading and feedback before returning the quiz to the student when needed.
Scenario2: Using Forms to collect information from parents re: their student’s needs.
Form creation – Microsoft Forms continues to add additional features to enable you to collect data more efficiently and effectively.
Analysis – forms allows you to make better decisions using data. We continuously add features to provide more meaningful insights so you can get more out of data.
Microsoft Forms and West Ada School District are confident you and your school can have more effective teaching and learning by utilizing powerful Microsoft tools, such as Microsoft Forms.
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