Bathroom pass: If they needed to go to the restroom, they were able to sign in and out with a google form. This automatically gave me a time stamp so that I could accurately see how long they were gone.
Exit Tickets and Checking for Understanding: A form allowed them to answer a few questions to determine their understanding of the day's concept that we were covering. I could add a picture or video and have them answer questions. This allowed them to go through the video as many times as they needed to get the answers.
Email Notifications: I could get a notification for when a new form was submitted, allowing me the opportunity to only check for student responses after they submitted a response.
Student behavior: I created a rubric that I kept which allowed me to keep track of what students were doing. I could include a comment section for notes. This kept me from having lots of paper or post it notes with comments on them. I was able to access it quickly and easily and had the information right there when talking to admin or parents.
Student Presentations: When we had student individual and/or group presentations, I was able to use a form to evaluate the presentation and had access to the results. I created a rubric and was able to quickly grade their presentations and had the form tabulate the points so it was stress free grading.
Peer Feedback: Students had a google form to fill out when they were reviewing their peers' presentation. I gave them questions that they had to answer which kept them more focused during the presentation. I also required that they had to evaluate at least so many presentations so that they would not quit paying attention once their presentation was over.
Student Websites: Our students created a digital portfolio this year. At first I was overwhelmed by trying to keep track of the number of student websites that I had to review. By using a form that I was able to push out through Google Classroom, the students could submit their url on the form so I only had one place to look. I had them include their period so that I could sort the spreadsheet by the class period when grading.
Lesson Plans: I created my lesson plans with forms. This way I had a spreadsheet of my lessons. When evaluation time came, I just printed the results for the particular form that was being evaluated.
Quizzes: Of course putting my quizzes on forms made a paperless assessment that I could automatically grade.
I know there are many things that forms can be used for. I would love to hear from you.