Web tools alone will not help you create meaningful learning any more than handing someone a hammer and saw will give someone all they need to build a house.

Spend some time exploring the examples of web tools from the collection site of “web tricks”.

Find one that has some potential application to an area you teach, and suggest a way you could build a lesson, activity using the tool, or how you might integrate it in one you currently teach with.

The example was for a media class daily challenge where participant were asked to alter the message of a YouTube video by using Youdubber to mix in the music from another video.

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