Pre-built templates are ready-to-use forms that you can adapt to a wide variety of purposes. You don’t have to spend a huge amount of time working on an already created form template that comes free. You can search from the template gallery, choose the form you like, and customize it the way you want.
Below are some sample templates you might want to consider when creating: an event feedback, assessment, worksheet, course assessment, or exit ticket.
1- Exit ticket model
This is a handy Google Forms template to use to create exit tickets. This model includes three main questions that assess student interaction with the material being taught. Specifically, students are asked to provide answers to the one important thing they learned in class today, whether they felt prepared for the lesson (why or why not), and suggestions to help make lesson more effective.
2- Event feedback template
As the name suggests, this is a template you can use to collect feedback from an event you held in your class or school. The model includes questions that gauge respondents’ satisfaction with the event and its content, which event sessions were relevant or not and why, takeaways of the event, and many more. Use the Google Forms editor to customize this event comments template to your liking.
3- Evaluation model
This is a pretty basic template that you can use to create different forms of assessments and quizzes. In its current format, the form includes multiple-choice and open-ended questions, but you can use the tools on the right sidebar to add more questions and sections to your quizzes.
4- Worksheet Template
This Google Forms template lets you create your own educational worksheet that you can use for various educational purposes. Although the template comes with pre-made sections, you still have the option to edit and add as many sections as you want. You can also embed images and multimedia material directly into your spreadsheet template.
5- Course evaluation model
Lesson Evaluation is a free Google Forms template you can use to collect feedback on your teaching. Students are encouraged to provide answers to questions related to course content (e.g. workload, learning objectives, course organization, etc.), instructor skills and responsiveness, the overall contribution to learning, suggestions for possible improvements to the course, etc.