Some teachers love technologies and find all sorts of wonderful ways to enhance their courses with computers, other digital devices and media. They are constantly learning about new ways to use tech in their teaching and are eager to tell others about their successes. Others are slower to adapt and seem hesitant to get involved with hardware and software given to them for their use. Years ago, after purchasing what I thought was a particularly wonderful (and expensive) software product for my teachers, I learned that every educator wasn’t going be enthusiastic about what I thought was perfect for their classrooms. The expense was a waste of money. From that experience, I learned two things: (1) that as the Apple Classrooms of Tomorrow Study noted, you have to be patient with teacher adoption of technologies, and (2) you have to work with your teachers to find out what types of technologies will work for them and their preferred methods of teaching. In other words, wait until they are ready, while perhaps giving a little push by discussing with them what technologies they could and couldn’t use. Tech only works in classrooms if teachers want to use it. As for that software that no one used—this year there was a request that we purchase that product—a new version, of course. For more on getting teachers to use technology, see Teaching with Technology.