They used these tools also in delivering lessons, since most of them changed at least a little the content and the way of delivering the lessons and someone has even drastically changed them. From the focus group what emerged in relation to this issue is that the integrated teaching - where all documents were shared and allowed simultaneous interaction with the students- has greatly helped the fluidity of lessons. According to a teacher “enabling students to work in a shared way through interactive apps and tools, gave them the feeling that they were not the recipients of the lesson but the co-creators". Of course, seeing the positive side of things should not prevent us from noticing what doesn't work. Almost all of the teachers who answered the survey rated stressful teaching remotely during Covid-19 pandemic. For the teachers interviewed the most stressful when teaching online was the time management, but also the lack of digital tools options and no live connection represented a problem in online teaching. As a teacher said during the focus group: “This period has made us realise that when we are in the classroom, we are all more traditionalist, whereas online we have experimented more. The problem that schools face today is the lack of time to devote to the experience that pupils have in relation to what they learn. The curriculum we have to follow is too wide and often we don't manage to dedicate time to developing skills but only theories”. 32