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  • Alyssa Magagna
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    Google docs lends itself nicely to creating content specific graphic organizers.

    Michael Mirabella
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    I would enhance student learning and engagement by utilizing the Mind Mapping add-on. Taking general lists and creating a mind map will create a new perspective and way of thinking. I would also try JoeZoo to create rubrics and graders to use grade wide to increase collaboration.

    Bryna kletenik
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    I would enhance student learning and engagement by utilizing the Mind Mapping add-on. Taking general lists and creating a mind map will create a new perspective and way of thinking. I would also try JoeZoo to create rubrics and graders to use grade wide to increase collaboration.

    Grgeory Rocco
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    This would be helpful in creating and using Graphic Organizers with my staff.

    Tyler Buccieri
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    Having the capabilities to use more add ons allows us as teachers better opportunities to keep our students engaged. Adding in charts and creating more visual appealing graphic organizers allows for better learning.

    Kelly Ruiz Diaz
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    The add-ons enable students to work on their tech literacy skills. The lucid chart allows for diagrams suitable for STEM classes and projects. Pupil pref also increases accessibility for vision impairments if it changes the color of the background. Paperpile could support lessons on citation and the various form

    Claire DeMarco
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    Students who may be English Language Learners can benefit more from the translation add-ons. I personally really like the table of contents add-on and the Lucid chart to make various organizers. They appear neat and clean and it makes it easier that the edit function is so readily available.

    Ryanne Bakota
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    A specific Docs add-on that I will use to engage my students in learning and enhance my practice is docutube, with docutube I can make integrated videos in my documents. Docutube will automatically detect video links and open each one in a pop out window within my documents.

    Rachel Treshan
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    I think the use of Lucid charts would benefit my students!

    Patricia Ohana
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    I like usinv the translate add on for my ESL students.

    Patricia Ohana
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    I like using the translate add on for my ESL students.

    Sabrina Brosnihan
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    I used to translate feature for ESL students who are a need of support with language. As an English teacher I find that it’s essential that they’re provided with the support to develop the writing skills but also to give them real time help when needed.

    suzanne gagliardi
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    G math seems very useful. It would allow me to increase my students math fluency skills.

    Kristen Maffai
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    A table of contents add on is useful to have for students with disabilities or English language learners so they can organize the topics as well as annotate important information

    Marcy Weintraub
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    You can use gmath to help with adding graphs and equations to google docs you are creating for your students. You can also translation to help with the ELL students in your class.

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