FAVORITES FROM THE DEN TEAM Ginny Washburne - https://bubbl.us/ Ginny likes Bubbl because its an easy way to brainstorm by creating a concept map. This easy to use tool is great for creating mindmaps that can be printed out and shared with others. Its also great to use on an interactive whiteboard. Steve Dembo - http://www.easel.ly/ Everyone loves an infographic, and this site lets you create them really quickly. Lots of clip art and themes, just add your data and create. Porter Palmer- AudioPal - This tool is great for recording audio by either microphone or phone. You can upload the mp3 files and embed the file in any website or blog. Create podcasts and audiobooks or record your students oral reading to check fluency. There are plenty of ways to use AudioPal. Chad Lehman- A Google A Day - Each day Google shares a puzzle. There’s no right way to solve it, but there is one right answer. Use your creativity and thinking skills to come up with the answer to the daily challenge. Jannita Demian- http://ed.voicethread.com/ I have found that students usually take great pride in sharing their work with an audience. If an audience is what they want, I say give them the world! With VoiceThread teachers and/or students can post images and videos and others can leave text, audio, or video comments.