There's a pretty pervasive ice breaker in the tech world where the presenter asks the attendants to come up with innovative uses for a paper clip.
I've been on both sides of this ice breaker. As a leader, I like to talk about the innovations folks come up with and point out that typically, children generate the highest number of innovations--usually because they make more choices like "Well, what if the paperclip were the size of a pea or what if it were as big as an airplane." Children do not let the physical representation of a paperclip in the lesson inhibit them.
A few weeks ago, I lead a professional development on Google Slides as a PDF maker and profiled some of the innovated uses the teachers in my building are employing while using Slides. We've had Google Slides for years now, but since the push for the online classroom, the notion of using PDF documents as class organizers has really taken off both in the online and real life worlds of education.
Make your own Google Apps
This would be awesome for the ACC room.
Everything you could ever want for templates.
I'm a technology curriculum facilitator, and I'm excited about integrating technology in the classroom.