I find myself tending to explore more and more dynamic technologies in my courses and with the teachers and students I work with. The challenge in doing so, as a coach snot assigned to a classroom, is time. Embedding these dynamic technologies in helping students explore and produce content, communicate with distant learners, and collaborate with peers synchronously and asynchronously is my goal as I hope to return to either a F2F or distance learning teaching position. Until then I lumber in the midpoint with one foot in dynamic and the other stuck in the static use of technology. I say this for I coach teachers in the use of technologies, but simply using them does not make them dynamic. Technologies become dynamic when they are used to promote student production of information, collaboration on products they are creating, and communication among students is self-generated and interactive. Alone the technologies are all static; we make them dynamic!