Resource Introduction: Flubaroo

Here’s the skinny on Flubaroo, that Google add-on that turns forms into self-grading assessments and saves teachers tons of time!

What is it?

Flubaroo is an add-on to Google Sheets that grades assessments you have made in Google Forms. So, if you design and administer a quiz through a form, you can use Flubaroo to grade it in an instant. Not only does it grade the assessment, but it will give you brief data analysis on results and offer to send email grade reports to students. Flubaroo will grade objective questions on its own and offer a quick way for you to hand grade constructed responses. All of this happens quickly, with little set-up and few quicks. Best of all, it is part of the Google suite of applications, so it does not require you to leave Drive to administer or grade quizzes.

How can I use it?

Obviously, use it to grade digital assessments. You could also use it to instantly target problem items on those assessments.

Who’s using it?

Check out these teachers that know and use Flubaroo in your school. Ask them for help!

At Arbor Hills, Tony Cutway

At Timberstone, Lauren Clark and Lynn Nedrow

At Southview, Melissa Tusing and Shelley Bielak

At Northview, George France, Kathryn Nelson, Keevan Hazel, Karolynn Nowak, and John Word

At Central Trail, Julie Bennett

At Highland, Kyle Newnham

At Stranahan, Amanda Sanderson

Are you or someone you know using this? Notify us, and we’ll post your or their name here as a building expert! Email to

Are you still behind on forms? Check out this short video by Peter Hochsprung to help you review creating a quiz and then grade it through Flubaroo. 

Resource Links

Flubaroo Home Page

Flubraoo Listing in Chrome Web Store

Keevan Hazel’s Print-Based Instructions for Self-Grading Quizzes

“Flubaroo Grade by Hand Addition” (Video 3:23)

“AutoGrade in Flubaroo” (Video 2:24)

Author: Alexander Clarkson

After ten years of teaching English language arts at Southview High School and three years at McCord Junior High School, Alex is the first digital instruction specialist for Sylvania Schools. He moves from building to building helping teachers reach and engage their students through digital learning.

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