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The final product that I want to introduce to teachers is Epic! Like the other apps I posted about here, it quickly imports students from your Google Classroom, and gives each student their own account. Epic has ebooks available for both elementary and middle school students. Students can access the books for free during the school day, but students can purchase licenses if they are interested in using the site at home. The best use I have found for this site is in the sources it provides for research. My students don't use too much discretion in their online source selection, so directing them to this site provides me with some peace of mind. Check it out!

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This next link could benefit teachers working in several different content areas. Need a formative or summative assessment to track your students' progress towards proficiency? Edulastic has got you covered. Simply look up the standard that you will cover, are covering, or just finished covering, and you have several teacher-made assessments for the taking. Not interesting? How about the ability to upload one of our own documents and giving your students the ability to type on it? Syncing classes with Google Classroom is simple and quick. Work smarter, not harder with this site!

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I thought I would share a few websites that allow the teacher to import their Google Classroom, making for a quick and easy setup. This first site, Quill.org, is a great site where students can practice specific rules in grammar and mechanics. It even grades my students based on their spelling. I've been using this site since January, and it makes grading and targeting future lessons a breeze. To anyone who is looking to improve their students' grammar, look no further!

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These are apps teachers can use to organize and circulate their classroom libraries

Goggle Classroom is Awesome!

Please list something about Google that has been helpful to you as an educator
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