1. Use at least two of the tools above to create products. Think about your content. Create a “set” for one of your lessons! Or, consider providing the site as a choice for your students to create products. Make a model for a student created product.
2.Then, embed both products in your blog or link to the products from your blog.
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3. Describe for your readers how you think each tool can be incorporated into your classroom - how you could see the tool being used by you instructionally and your students to demonstrate their understanding of a concept or topic in your classroom.
I can see myself using these tools to help student understanding. The amount of time needed to teach these tools and use these tools are too extensive that makes tme impractical for students in "an Algebra 2" class.