The ability for students to create and explore is a large part of the benefit to technology use in the classroom. Teaching history is one of the areas in the curriculum where we often tell kids about events when we could be showing, exploring and interacting with the events that have taken place over time. The resource MyHistro allows students to collaborate over a digital timeline that includes maps, graphics, discussions, and written information. This resource is one that a teacher could create and share or better yet, turn the creation over to the students to explore a historical period and create the timeline on their own. As indicated in the video below, there is a built in element for a quiz within the tool, but the comment feature might provide deeper learning overall. The free resources not only include a tutorial on the main page to learn from, but the following video summarizes the tool in a brief yet concise way.