I am also in my senior year of college. I have been in Life Science and Human Anatomy and Physiology placements so far. In both placements and preservice teaching courses, I have seen technology used in different ways to support inquiry-based learning. I really like to use PhET simulations when possible. I also have been introduced to PASCO technology. I have not implemented PASCO technology into any of my placements yet, but I have spent time exploring their capabilities within my preservice courses. I believe that these have great potential to support good science learning.
As far as remote learning goes, I have utilized many technological tools to deliver instruction. I like to use PearDeck for interactive lectures on live-teaching days. I typically use EdPuzzle, Quizizz, and Google Forms for prior knowledge assessments. Other tools I use for instruction and/or assessment include Padlet, Google Jamboard, and FlipGrid. These have helped me to engage students remotely and saves them from having to just watch me on a screen. It provides more opportunities for student-centered teaching.