Digital Learning

Personalising Learning with Branching Google Forms

By using the branching feature of Google Forms, you can set up conditional logic conditions, creating flexibility to differentiate, personalise or allow for choice in a very simple, straightforward way. Digital Learning’s edtech expert Shawn McCusker outlines how to use this often overlooked feature.
Professor with students working togeteher on computers

Sometimes when we seek to improve our instruction we go looking for new tools. But more often than not, one of our tried and true tools has the ability to go farther and do more. The Branch Logic feature in Google Forms can do just that. Google Forms is a teacher favourite for collecting information, formative assessment and simple quizzes. It’s also a great way to collect and then share student work, ideas and feedback. Its flexibility has also allowed me to use it for collaborative writing activities.

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