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  • Tiana Millen
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    Gmath is useful because students will to be able equations, tables, and/or graphs the way they appear.

    Danielle Mangione
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    I would use the lucid charts to create graphic organizers also, translate add- on when working with ELL students

    Ermira Nezaj
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    We use google docs to create and share content and using add-ons takes the experience to another level. Some add ons we can use is “Table of Content, Lucid Charts, etc”.

    Nicole Yorgensen
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    Translate add-on could be very useful for multilingual or ENL students, it could help build their vocabulary, cpmprehension, and writing structure.

    Additional add-ons, such as charts or graphic organizers could be very useful for notetaking along with students being able to organize and categorize infromation.

    Osvaldo Mendez
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    I would use a table of contents that would assist students who need some structure when navigating documents.

    Jenna Morgenstern
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    Paper Pile can be used to create citations in a simple, clear manner. Having a simple method is helpful for students so they can dedicate more time to research and writing and less time on organizing and formatting citations.

    diane Malanga
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    Lucid charts would help me create specific organizers for the needs of specific students and task outcomes.

    Kimberly Priest
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    Cannot wait to try lucid diagrams .. great for mental maps or bubble maps to review a unit

    Kimberly Priest
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    Like everyone said this is a great way to take our worksheets and learning to the next level

    Bret Boylan
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    It will be useful to have an add-on with a table of contents where students with disabilities can use the highlighting function to organize their thoughts.

    Ayodele Legemah
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    I can use Lucid charts as one a means of visual representation of information. I use a lot of visual charts working with Students with special needs and this would be a helpful add-on.

    Maria Francella
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    The table of contents add on and the paperpile add on are two features that I would put in to my professional practice, when I think of how much time could be saved it seems like a relief!

    Jamilee Villamarin
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    I can use a specific Docs add-on to engage my students in learning by using Gmath which could be used to engage students in exploring math equations and explaining their math thinking to each other

    Kristen Sullivan
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    The add ons allow information to be organized and can be helpful to users with processing issues or different learning styles.

    Evelyn Goldberg
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    I can use the add-ons to create graphic organizers and charts that the students will be able use and complete assignments.

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