A new platform that we have started to use to brainstorm or share quick ideas is something called
Today's Meet. The teacher can ask a question or ask students to observe and they post responses to the current question in a way that teachers and classmates can immediately see and share responses.
For this lesson, I showed the class a picture of a farmer's field that had been recently plowed. However, there was a break in the lines and the lines no longer matched up. Students posted observations and hypothesized about what they saw. This was used as an introduction to faults (Strik/slip) before we began direct instruction. We were able to discuss repsonses.