The Top 100 list did not surprise me especially with the social media tools. The students were introduced to twitter, facebook, and things like blogs in a social facet. Professors and teachers have began to put a spin on these as instructional tools instead of just using them just for social reasons. Twitter was number one, and this surprised me because I felt there were more useful tools that would be more beneficial to education than twitter. Recently my employer made all employees attend a technology professional developmental session. At the session they introduced dashboards we will be using and the importance of incorporating technology and tools like, dropbox, glogster, powerpoint, and wikispaces into our classrooms. There have been a group of teachers who are working together to figure out lessons and ways to make this happen. I will be able to use this list at our next meeting!