I was particularly interested in the posts about the Google tools that were created by Chelsey Farrill and Alison Stark. These posts pointed out that Google Sites can be just as useful in the classroom as Google Classroom. Chelsey made the point that “Google classroom is more of a platform for students to turn in work… Google sites is a platform to deliver content”. This kind of reminds me of the difference between paper-pencil worksheets that students have to turn in and DiscoveryEduc boards that present the material to the students. Although I am not yet familiar with Google Sites and its functionality, I’m excited to get started using it because hopefully it will make it easier to access relevant content for my students; I will not be limited to those videos, photos and articles in the DiscoveryEd library.