So last post I went over how I used PowerAutomate (Flow) to push stuff form Forms to Excel. But a colleague had a different question so I thought I’d go over that scenario here. I have two grade 10 math sections, and I used the Microsoft SEL Form (from here)… Continue Reading PowerAutomate, Forms->Excel Part 2

So during RemoteLearning in order to be able to manage things, we combine our Grade 9 classes across three teachers into one class. Now, before everyone panics, that meant a total of 30 students in one “class” -= our sections are small and at least two of the three teachers… Continue Reading PowerAutomate, Forms->Excel

In Teams, click on the APPS button in the lower left corner of the Teams App. In the Search Box, type form and a card will show up with FORMS on it. In the drop-down menu next to Open, you can add it to a Team, or a Chat. Once… Continue Reading Quick Poll in Microsoft Teams using the Forms Bot

I use Microsoft Forms a fair bit but mostly it’s with my own students. But when I’m working with larger groups outside the school, it’s a nice option to offer a multi-lingual entry form (especially in Canada where the two official languages are English & French). Microsoft Forms adds a… Continue Reading Yes! Oui! Si! 是的!

A nice feature now in Microsoft Forms : File Upload!(Remember that all of Office365 — including Forms and OneNote– are free to teachers & students)This is a great option for both Forms and Quizzes… you can now ask people to do work in OneNote and then screenclip it (using the… Continue Reading File Upload in Microsoft Forms

So, as I’m getting ready for our training for new Faculty I thought I’d put together the steps for making a survey or collecting data. You can see some of my other posts on Microsoft Forms by clicking the link. 1. VISIT http://forms.microsoft.com and sign in with your Office365 ID/password. … Continue Reading Getting info easily – Microsoft Forms

So the shape of things to come, I suppose. We just finished up with March Break and we send a Report Card (marks & comments) home with the students as they go on holiday.  As they were coming back for the last term, I thought I would do a temperature… Continue Reading Course Evaluations via AI… “I’m sorry Dave. I’m afraid that’s what I think”

So Twitter serves up a lot of great tips, tricks, techniques and shortcuts for busy teachers. Choosing to follow the right folks helps prevent a lot of the nonsense. Eric Curts (Twitter) provided one to help Math teachers with quick formative assessments : Making Google Forms Quizzes with Math (Free,… Continue Reading Making Microsoft Forms Quizzes with Math (Free, Easier and Quicker)

We just finished our report cards for the first Report Period and, in anticipation of giving them formal feedback, I asked my students to do a self-reflection of their Learning Skills, and to provide me with some feedback.  (If you’d like to know more about the Learning Skills we assess,… Continue Reading Report Cards & Learning Skills – Student Self-Assess