This morning I walked into the teacher's room whom I had worked with last week. She just started teaching again after having a baby and does not have a lot of technical experience. She is by no means afraid of technology, but she has not had exposure. Nor did she attend any of the summer trainings. She saw me and her face just started glowing, she had three new ideas for for technology integration that she wanted me to teach her how to implement. An OnCourse teacher website, uploading word documents to the smart assessment tools and assessing her students with the PE clickers and having her students blog their daily journals, WHEW! She also shared her experiences of technological mishaps that happened when I was away from her room. The most impressive thing she said was that she felt like she could be helping other teachers by the end of the year. A teacher-learner becomes a teacher-leader! I wish we could all have "students" like this; people who are just dying to know something and can't wait for you to give them that little nudge in the right direction. I couldn't have been prouder than her mom when she told me how she had figured out some things for herself and shared them with her team. The she showed me how she had "added" me to her class. At the end of the day I was wrung out, trying to get her trained in everything she wanted to know, but it was so worth it!