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Pre-Filled URLS in Google Forms

Pre-Filled URLS in Google Forms

We all know that Google Forms are an awesome way to collect data from students, parents, and staff.  Today I wanted to share with everyone a quick tool that you can use to help collect data. A pre-filled url is a url that pre-populates fields in your Google Form. Pre-filling fields is a huge time saver and guarantees that certain fields (i.e. cohort, assignment title, date) are accurate and uniformed. You can also use pre-filled urls  to share exemplars, guiding questions, or sentence starters within your form. 

So why would you use a pre-filled URL?

  • To provide your students with sentence starters.
  • Provide additional instructions for students.
  • Pre-Fill the assignment name or class period to create uniformed method of collecting data.
  • Give students an exemplar of a advanced answer.
  • Anything you can think of!


Creating Pre-Filled URLS in Google Forms Tutorials:

Step 1: Create your Google Form.
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Step 2: After you are done creating your form click on responses and then Get pre-filled URL. Screen Shot 2014-05-21 at 11.00.34 AM

Step 3: Fill in the parts of your form that you would to be pre-filled. When you are done click submit.

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Step 4: Share your new pre-fill URL with your students/staff.
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Google Form Rubrics

Google Form Rubrics

Today I wanted to share with everyone how you can use Google Forms to create project rubrics. Google Form rubrics are a great way to quickly organize and share data with students. In the video below Alex Gonzalez walks you through the steps for creating a Google Form rubric. If you have any questions or any other ways that you use Google Forms in your classroom please feel free to share with the rest of the group!