Tuesday, September 6, 2016

Parent Contact Database

In the past I would keep a file folder in my desk and/or filing cabinet with all of my parent contacts, most of which would be small slips of paper documenting when I contacted a parent or when a parent contacted me.

This made preparing a portfolio at the end of the year a bit time consuming as I had to go through each scrap of paper/letter/or note and put it in an Excel spreadsheet or a Google Sheet. Today I finally decided to change it up and create a Google Form that would allow me to easily input my parent contacts as well as analyze trends within those contacts.

You can find a direct link to the form template here.

Because of the nature of Google Forms you cannot easily share them without giving edit access. If you are interested comment or email me: edtechclassroom.org@gmail.com and I will make you a copy and send it to you.


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