Google Sheets is a web-based application that allows both teachers and students to build and edit spreadsheets, enter data, format it, and share it in real time.To make data more comprehensible, it can be presented using bar graphs, line charts, pie charts and more. With advanced features such as pivot tables, charts, and formulas, teachers can easily analyze data and identify trends to help inform their instructional decisions. Additionally, real-time collaboration enables teachers to work with colleagues or students to gather data, perform calculations, and present findings. Google Sheets’ integration with other Google tools, such as Forms and Docs, also makes it easier for teachers to collect data, import it into spreadsheets, and present it to others. Overall, Google Sheets is an invaluable resource for educators looking to manage and analyze data in a collaborative and efficient way.

Recommended Level /Class/Domain

  • Students (all levels)
  • Staff

Purpose in Teaching and Learning

  • Collect and compare data.

  • Data analysis using functions and formulas.

  • Develop and import metrics into a spreadsheet.

  • Explore and share tables and graphs.

  • Format invoices, budgets, expense reports, planners or schedules.

  • Create flash cards.

  • Use a simple portfolio by combining Google Forms with Google Sheets.

  • Design and share auto scoring digital rubrics.

  • Posting and sharing class resources and assignments.

  • Research planning and archiving.

  • Create a gradebook to track progress over a period.


Helpful Links

Google Sheets for Teachers (Advanced)
Google Sheet Tutorial – How To Create A Simple Database in Google Sheet And  Work Online
How To Create QR Attendance for Teachers in 2020 !! (Google Sheets and Google Forms)
Google Rubric: Creating Your Rubric