nice resource from The Goodwill Community Foundation's LearnFree.org site - a slideshow you can use with your students to go over some basic rules for email etiquette and common mistakes to avoid.
Limiting responses to one per user
Shuffle question order
Limit one response per column for grid style questions - When you create a grid style question, you will see a check box that is labeled "Require one response per row".
"Search the Menus" in Help to access Forms features
When you start creating your form, you will see the options for allowing one response per person, and shuffling question order. Simply click the box in front of these features to activate them.
To "Search the Menus" to access Forms features, simply follow the steps in this video. This particular search shows how you can add YouTube videos to your forms!
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Google has been very busy as of late, with many helpful updates. The latest in Google Docs is an option to not only look at the revision history, but to specifically view the recent edits and who made them. Simply click the “See New Changes” button next to where it says “Help” on the Doc navigation bar and view the whole edit history. Help students stay accountable while they are collaborating with others.
Warm up your vocal chords, you can now compose in Google Docs using your voice! This new feature allows you to compose documents by simply speaking out loud into your device microphone (and it's available in over 40 languages!). Activate it under the Tools menu in Google Docs to see for yourself.
Further proof that Google loves us and wants us to do good.
Students can also send webpages to you - which would mean they could easily transmit a doc they are working on for your review.
Read Google's official blog post here, and use this link to install the Share to Classroom Chrome extension.
Want to try Google Classroom with your students? Contact a tech integrationist near you!