After watching the videos for Mr. Cassidy, I learned that it's really never too early to start having students use technology. Ms. Cassidy has her first graders use it. If they can be taught at that age then they could be at any age in school. I would also have to say that the earlier they start the better they will be off in the future. I can remember when a younger kid in my neighbor had gotten a mp3 player. I felt dumb because this young kid knew all about it and I did not know anything. Instead of trying to learn about what it was I turn my back because I did not want a ten year old to know more than I did. I believe sometimes grownups do not want to try to learn something that a kid might know because they feel stupid when a child knows something they don't know. I did that on a lot of things, only to later get really involve in that same thing that I would turn down. An example of this is me going from a playstation to a x box 360. I use to be really good at games on a playstation. When the x box 360 come out, I did not want to play it because I was so good and comfortable with the playstation. I did not want to lose at something that I had never played. I finally started playing the new x box 360 and I now I love it. I think grown people do this in the use of technology all the time. They are scared to go onto something knew because they comfortable with the old methods. These kids that are being taught by Ms. Cassidy will be ready for life when they are able to get out in the world. They will be the one's who will be comfortable with the technology that will be used in all jobs. I think she does a good job on allowing them to go ahead and use this tool. She has already taught them one thing that is very important: NOT TO SAY ANYTHING BAD ABOUT ANYONE ON THE INTERNET. I think a lot of adults on my facebook could learn a lesson from that. If you put something on the internet, its there for everyone to see. It's not a rumor, it's proof you said the stupid comment that you might even later regret. I don't know how many times I have seen people post the stupidest comment out of anger or some other emotion. She has taught there kids that at an early age. They know what they say on the internet is for everyone to read. I also like how she has her kids blogging. The students seem to enjoy doing that. They are learning and still have fun. I plan on my kids being able to do the same things. I want them to be excited about their projects as much as possible. I believe Ms. Cassidy understands how important it is for kids to start at an earlier age. In the skype interview she explains that she believes that all teachers should be technology literate. She knows that it is not going away anywhere in the future. She see's how important it can be for the kids to be taught this. I don't really see any impediments. If any it will because of the people that are scared someones going to learn more than they will. I could see how a principle or an administrator could be illiterate about technology and don't want the kids being taught about something that they don't know anything about. It might make them feel stupid to know that kids know about something more than they do.