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Resources for educators, students and the parents of students, traditional or nontraditional, public or private, home or away, any grade, any level, any age, any focus, special needs or plain vanilla, technical or scholastic, formal or informal.  Find here schools and school supplies, teaching materials and study materials, commercial and noncommercial sites, professional advice and the voice of trial and error.  You may even find scholarship information, or college recruitment.  You never know!  Pictured:  a 15th-Century classroom.  On the navbar:  a little red schoolhouse.

 

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Google Docs Forms - 07/19/2013
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Hi Friends, I am still vacationing, but I thought I would take time out from the beautiful Jersey shore to blog.  Actually, I got a little burned at the beach and must take a day off out of the sun.  In any case, I thought I would share my favorite management item for the beginning of the year with you all.   In Google Docs, you can create a form that enables parents to type in their information and answer questions that you create.  You can have the answers turned into a spreadsheet as they are entered. Here is a copy of my form: Ms. Sanders Parent Contact Form And this is what it looks like on my website: I have mine embedded on my wikispaces class website.  You can visit my class website here:  http://arodriguez.cmswiki.wikispaces.net/ You can start with this form and edit it, or you can create a new one. Here are instructions provided by Google on creating a form:  https://support.google.com/drive/answer/87809?hl=en Google has a video you can watch on that site as well about how to create a form. Once you have created your form, under "Form" you can click "Go to Live Form" or "Embed in a Webpage". I hope this helps you have a great start! Anna

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