After viewing the "Top 100 Tools for Learning in 2013"
(http://c4lpt.co.uk/top100tools/), a list compiled by Jane Hart for the Centre for Learning and Performance Technologies, I was surprised that I actually use 22/100 of the tools on a weekly, if not daily, basis. Some of the more well-known tools like Google search, Facebook, Pinterest, and Skype, are for my personal use. There are also several I use at work that I probably wouldn't use with such frequency if I was not a teacher. YouTube, Power point, and certain iPad apps are regular guests in my curriculum. I also use the Blackboard system for relaying messages to parents and students. I would like to explore more of these for both personal and professional use. I viewed a program called Prezi on a classmate's site that looks like it would be valuable so I will play around with that. I also plan to look into "Poll Everywhere" to create polls with the purpose of receiving feedback from students and parents. Overall, I think this list is valuable and I will look further into some of these resources.