by Erin Klein
"I knew that any future project would never be the same. After allowing students to have such independence and seeing how creative and responsible they were, how could I not allow them to have more ownership of their learning?
"Technology was now a part of our learning -- technology to research, explore, create and share. It was natural for the children to use chart paper, markers, their voices, iPads and computers. There was never a choice to use technology or not use technology, but rather to think about what tool would support their objective. Some chose paper, some chose an iPad. I learned that introducing the students to a variety of tools allowed each child to have more creative choice.: