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Corinth Micro Plant utilizes AR by overlaying digital representations of the microscopic elements of plant parts. Corinth has a full suite of apps in addition to this one, allowing the exploration of the hidden sciences! This original interactive education app takes you into the fascinating microscopic worlds of plant biology. Explore enormously magnified images, fully 3D interactive models of tree, leaf, leaf section, plant cell, bacteria and mysterious forms of plant viruses.

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$2.99
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Flipgrid is a web based tool which works on Chromebook, computers, Android and iOS devices to allow students to view a question or topics (which can be a video you add or record) and then record a response, and view/reply to their classmates. Grids can be open or locked and embedded into any LMS or website. Topics spark ideas and fuel the conversation.  Site gives teachers one free grid.  This grid can be edited and used again and again.  The paid version provides multiple grids and other useful options.  From the University of Minnesota.

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Freemium
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Bounce is a literacy tool that enables teachers/students to screenshot an entire webpage and annotate it with selection boxes with a comment feature to add context.

Gooru is a lesson-unit-course building tool. Teachers can curate content from the internet, remix featured courses and assign content to students. Gooru has a robust data dashboard that allows teachers to monitor student progress to inform personalized learning strategies.

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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Free
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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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Free
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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. 

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