I love my job, I really do and I think I’m very lucky to live in a period when teachers have so many possibilities to be creative using so many tools. Every day I find out a new one and each seems extraordinary and I want to have a try at once. I had never dreamt of creating comics in order to illustrate literay devices or crosswords as a means to revise Shakespeare’s sonnets. I enjoy trying new ways to reach a goal and I feel quite confident now with the use of Web2.0 technology. I have anyway a long journey ahead of me. The problem now is to make my students really creative. I always hear people talking about these “digital natives”, but what does it exactly mean? As far as I see, young people are confident with their computers only when they want to change their desktop background or to edit their profile and upload photos on sites, but when I ask them to create a presentation, the only thing they can think of is a power point. They don’t know about prezi, glogster or other tools. Of course they are fascinated when I then show them some examples or when they watch my presentations about Hamlet of Geoffrey Chaucer and always ask me “but did you really do this???” Then I create tutorials in order to show them how to do even better stuff, but if I’m lucky one or two try to do something similar, the rest is satisfied with what they have seen and that’s all. I know motivation is the spring for all this: mine comes from my need to be interesting and not boring during my lessons, from the awareness that young people need new products and new ways in which topics are to be introduced. And last but not least, from the fun I have while using such tools. But what about their motivation? What shall we do in order to make them really want to do something different? Because it takes time to learn how to use a new tool and they are often lazy, but if I can make it, of course they should make it much better and faster. This is the challenge for me now: make them really want to use Voicethread to show their school to their partners in a project. It won’t be easy.