In my last post, I suggested that #edtech-ies and school district leaders must begin the process of finding a more advanced understanding each-other's roles, responsibilities, and skills. As far as what this looks like from a "boots on the ground" perspective, this slideshow is a good start. The source I've discovered the slideshow is the #edtech twitter stream, on which this slideshow is a "top tweet." Look the tools over. Read the descriptions of each tool. Which ones seem to jump off the screen at you? Which ones can you see solving problems of communication and collaboration? Which ones would serve to amplify your work toward district and school goals? How would these tools positively advance your efforts in instructional areas such as differentiation, reading literacy, RTI, student engagement, or authentic assessment? Also, go to twitter.com, sign up for an account, and search #edtech. You will discover a community of professionals from all over the world having a continuous discussion about tech integration, and sharing resources without hesitation.