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Google Forms is a piece of the G Suite for Education that can be utilized for surveys, formative assessments and even summative assessments. 

Scrumblr is a pinboard style discussion space.

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Symbaloo is a visual website management tool. It allows you to create multiple bookmarks organized like a digital bulletin board to help you and your students (bookmarks can be anything with a web address: Google Docs, YouTube Video, website, etc.)

Seesaw is a digital portfolio for students and a place to share content for teachers. It is an app/site that allows teachers to easily distribute and collect content and provides parents access to their own student’s work.

No Red Ink is a site that makes grammar fun and exciting for students. Its adaptive practice process is great for students at all levels allowing a teacher to further differentiate instruction.

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Write About provides a site where students can further explore the craft of writing and do some of their own writing as well.

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Gist Notes allows you to highlight within a web browser or a PDF. Then, you can organize the notes/highlights into collections/courses/projects.

Google Slides is a free presentation application that allows you to collaborate and create with others simultaneously. 

Doctopus is a Google Sheets add-on that can be used to collect and organize documents (most likely from student work being submitted). It works closely with Google Classroom and can pull work in directly from classroom and display in a Google Sheet. Goobric is a Chrome extension that allows you to embed a rubric you design in Google Sheets to any document, thereby making grading that much easier.

Class Dojo is classroom management and environment-building app. It allows teachers to track student behavior and can even share the day's tracking with parents (only of their child). 

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