Some teachers still feel uncomfortable bringing technology into their classrooms, and I can see why they would be afraid. A lot of teachers have been doing things one way, without technology, since they started teaching. But there is no reason to be scared of this change, it would have happened at some point, whether it were to start 3 years ago with my Freshman class, or 3 years from now, long after I am gone. It was an inevitable yet positive change that was bound to happen at some point to help move education in a more positive direction. Next year, every grade level will have new macs with them in their everyday lives, taking them to their classes for the new curriculums meticulously written for mac inclusion. There are bound to be bumps in the road. I saw many freshman teachers struggle with this new technological age and the laptops were polarizing in a lot of ways. All they had experienced with technology in the hands of students was mainly computer labs, and that wasn't even an everyday occurrence in classroom work. This confusion is what we as TechnoCats are here to do. Students being in a PD session could help teachers on their way down the path to a more successful, and more productive school year.