Based on my own experience, Zoom has been particularly useful in supporting my online learning. Students get to collaborate and talk in break-out groups whilst also being able to interact with their teachers.
Apart from that, Google slides, and Google docs is also really useful, for real-time, collaborative work, that students can participate in. Students can create presentations and multiple data representations using these apps. This links to the following SCSA curriculum links:
- Digital systems (hardware and software) are used in everyday life and have specific features (ACTDIK001)
- Data can have patterns and can be represented as pictures, symbols and diagrams (ACTDIK002)
https://www.sumdog.com/au/ Sumdog is also a good website that allows students to learn Mathematics online, through fun virtual games.