Talking and working with teachers around the country, I commonly hear ideas and suggestions. Today, I've explored building a proof-of-concept out of a few of those ideas.
- Schools are heavily using Google Docs (and Google Forms), the hands-down standard in K-12 education.
- Many teachers have asked about making GeoInquiry questions digital (form-based).
- Still others have recommended putting the questions and map on the same webpage.
One way to achieve this is to place the questions in a Google Form and share it publicly - embedding it, along with the GeoInquiry map into a storymap. The results aren't too bad and the data collected by the form would ideally flow into a spreadsheet on the teacher's Google Drive.
Of course, Survey123 could replace the Google Form and perhaps another story map template (gen 1) would work better in this case.