Hello all! I teach middle school in a district which went from mostly traditional to virtual learning overnight. Suddenly we were finally using a learning management system - our district chose Schoology which I love! - and we had to figure out how to conduct digital lessons in a setting that was also newly 1 to 1 for devices; our students didn't receive devices for home use until the pandemic shutdown and school went virtual. I have since found much success using Nearpod, Edpuzzle, and Kami for PDF editing. Those are the primary applications I use. Luckily our district purchased these for our use, and they have been integrated into Schoology which makes them much easier to assign and grade. We have also been offered regular PDs on various other web-based applications to se in our classrooms such as WeVideo, Peardeck, Discovery Education, My Simple Show, and others. I teach US History, and it has been fun learning to teach the past using tools of the present and future! There is an impressive bevy of resources available on the web, and I just love adding a variety of videos, colors, images, soundbites, games, and other tools to my Nearpod lessons, and I think it has helped my students come to love learning history too. Of course, engagement and participation remain a challenge in the virtual setting overall, and I think this will improve if the students return to in-person for the upcoming schoolyear. Fortunately, I have had pretty decent attendance in my classrooms thus far, but I do notice a slight decline in attendance now in this last quarter of the school year, and I am having to make more phone calls to students' homes. In either setting, what tools have worked for you? Are there any other applications besides the Google Suite which have enhanced your lessons and activities this year?