1. Zoom: This video conferencing platform became immensely popular for remote learning and hosting virtual classrooms.
2. Microsoft Teams: Used for communication, collaboration, and hosting virtual classes, Microsoft Teams gained popularity among educators and students.
3. Google Meet: Google’s video conferencing tool gained widespread usage for virtual classrooms and remote learning.
4. Canvas: An online learning management system (LMS) that allows educators to create and deliver online courses, manage assignments, and engage students.
5. Schoology: Another popular learning management system that facilitates remote instruction, assignment management, and grading.
6. Seesaw: Widely used for remote learning in elementary schools, Seesaw helps teachers create interactive assignments and portfolios.
7. Nearpod: An interactive virtual learning platform that offers live lessons, assessments, and synchronous engagement in remote classrooms.
8. Kahoot!: A game-based learning platform that enables teachers to create fun and interactive quizzes and surveys.
9. Flipgrid: A video discussion tool that encourages collaboration and reflection, allowing students and teachers to exchange videos and engage in asynchronous discussions.
10. Edpuzzle: A platform that allows teachers to create interactive video lessons and monitor student engagement by adding questions, quizzes, and other interactive elements to videos.

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