Last week I published a video about using Google Forms to create a tech help site. The concepts featured in that video can also be applied to any subject that you teach. The basic framework remains the same, you just change the content that is added to each section of your Google Form. The other small change is that you should add a section for students to enter their names so that you can see which students are using which sections of your guide.
In the following video I demonstrate how to create a self-selected review guide with Google Forms. The most important step is to make sure you add a question at the end of each section that lets students either return to the beginning to choose a new section or exit out of the form. Without adding that question at the end of each section, students will have to go through all of the sections even if they don’t want to.
In the video above I mentioned adding a link to a Google Calendar appointment page. If you aren’t sure how to do that, watch this short video.