Edutopia: Tech2Learn- http://www.edutopia.org/tech-to-learn-classroom-technology-resources
Have students create individual avatars at: http://www.voki.com/
Tellagami allows your students to add dialogue to their avatars: https://tellagami.com/
Digital Collaborative project with voice recordings at VoiceThread: http://voicethread.com/
Assess student learning with Socrative: http://www.socrative.com/
Use Lingua.ly to give intermediate students practice reading articles with vocabulary assistance and comprehension games: https://lingua.ly/
Have students create a mind map!
*Check out my Mindmap about the Diffusion of Innovation: http://kimberlyhughesshhs.weebly.com/resources/popplet
Have students create a digital collaborative presentation using characters and voice recordings on http://goanimate.com/.
(Here is a link to a presentation I created using this tool for the first time!: http://goanimate.com/videos/0JBjagpqS-zU?utm_source=linkshare&utm_medium=linkshare&utm_campaign=usercontent)
If your school or department can afford a subscription for your students, News in Slow Spanish is a wonderful tool for intermediate and advanced students! http://www.newsinslowspanish.com/latino/
Want students to practice a story or text from class? Textivate is a great tool for students to get repetition and have fun doing it! It's not free, but it is worth every penny! http://www.textivate.com/
Students can create original stories with StoryBird! http://storybird.com/
Create assessments for students as they watch a video clip! Zaption and Educanon allow you to pause videos and insert your own questions for students to respond to.
iMessage- Create a prompt for students to respond to by creating a fake iMessage, or have them create a conversation themselves! Use: http://www.iphonetextgenerator.com/
"...technology continues to grow in importance as a tool to assist teachers of foreign languages in facilitating and mediating language learning for their students." - ACTFL
ACTFL's Technology Statement: http://www.actfl.org/news/position-statements/role-technology-language-learning
Take a look at David Wees' 56 ways to formatively assess students! They may not include technology, but he gives great ideas that could easily be adapted to the tech tool of your choice:
Use Formative Assessment as Your Classroom Fitbit- How Assessments can guide what you do!