I'm surprised that I knew what a lot of those quiz questions were asking me!
My new favorite tools are the apps for the iPad that SBISD suggested and the ones that I have downloaded for social studies, as well as some of the Web 2.0 tools like Big Huge Labs and Animoto. I also plan on using Today's Meet in my classroom for kids to be engaged in the lesson, especially during the reading and lecture portions of our lessons.
I have transformed my thinking in that I'm a bit more motivated to use technology and Web 2.0 tools in my classroom. I attended a conference this summer for American history that provided a lot of tools and online resources to try out with my students. I can't say for sure what changes I will need to make in my classroom just yet because I don't know what devices I will have in my classroom- if we're going to need to be hooked up to power cords every other class period and such. I will have to make time to incorporate it more, and once we know what the new class schedule will be, it will be a bit easier to figure things out.
There weren't really any unexpected outcomes from this project for me- other than the quiz at the end. I feel confident using a lot of the tools and still haven't been 100% swayed that technology is the be-all, end-all.