Google have been pretty busy working on and around Google Apps in terms of upgrading their mobile apps and enhancing the capacity of the tools contained within it.
One particular upgrade of great interest to teachers is the new ability to add YouTube clips to a Google Form. This now means you can add a quiz to a clip, seek feedback on a 'flipped classroom' video or generate hard data based around feedback from a advertisement or something similar.
This feature is currently only available to Gmail users but I have it on very good authority that it will be integrated into Google Apps in the very near future.
Please take a look at my video tutorial on how to add YouTube to your Google forms and if you have any further ideas around how you might use this in the classroom I would love to hear about it.