Collecting student work, images, and video files in a Google Form may have some advantages over other digital collection methods such as email, Google Classroom, and other digital file collection tools such as SeeSaw or Padlet. Each of those methods are fantastic in their own right, but here are a few reasons why the new Google Forms file uploads option might be worth adding to your digital teacher toolbox.
Quick Organization of Digital Documents
Combine Forms Quizzes with Performance task Evidence
Combining this quiz feature with the file upload option allows you to make your formative assessments more authentic and rigorous by having students upload photos demonstrating a skill (think math), or a quick video think aloud, as well as files that show more in-depth evidence of learning.