Michael Smith has it right:
They’ve seen this same type of thing happen time and again in education. This too shall pass.
They are the ones leading the real charge. They are the ones mumbling and looking at their watches during professional development.
They gather in the hallways (often during class time) and point out what’s wrong with this technology scenario.
Technology isn’t here for the long haul.
Sure, it’s caught our fancy for the moment, but it will disappear. Trust them.
It’s time we stopped preaching to these people in our schools. It’s time we followed them.
They are the visionaries. They are the leaders.
They are the ones we should be following.
A never-ending cyclic conversation where you end up where you were is always the best answer.