Sunday, 12 April 2015

#gafesummit Google Forms - Communication with Parents

Google Forms: Making Communication Between Home and School Simpler

In this session, you'll create a basic Google Form that tracks events and behaviours observed at school (ex. a student helping out a younger child on the playground or an incomplete homework assignment). Then, you'll learn how to use a fantastic script from the Add-ons gallery called FormMule to automatically send this information directly to parents in an email. It's a huge time saver and parents really appreciate it. Plus, once you start sending home all those positive notes, you'll feel great! You’ll get the most out of this session if you can come prepared with a spreadsheet containing your students’ first and last names, as well as their parents’ email addresses.

Session Resources:  
Make a copy of this form
Video tutorial coming!!

1 comment:

  1. The idea seems really promising, especially the ones with sending notifications about incomplete assignments. I think parents must be aware of their own children’s performance, since many of them tend to hesitate their homework, primarily high schools. At least, they could rely on professional essay writing services. Look for best essay services reviews first, though. What’s more surprising that many students use these companies for their benefits and perform well in classes.