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Parent Teacher Conference Scheduling Simplified

By using Google Forms and the Choice Eliminator 2 add-on you can quickly and easily have parents and/or students schedule meetings with you.  

You start by creating a Google Form with the information you need to know about the person such as name and class period.  


Next, you will need to decide what times you are available for a conference.  The Choice Eliminator 2 add-on then eliminates a time after someone has selected it.  


As a teacher you get a spreadsheet letting you know who has signed up and what time slot they signed up for.  I’ve used this in my classroom to schedule one-on-one tutoring sessions and small group tutoring sessions.  Parents are able to quickly see if a time is available without the back and forth emails or phone calls to find a time that works with their schedule.  When all of the times are taken, you can provide a message with more information about how to schedule a time.



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