In this video Michael Wesch discusses how the world is drastically changing, yet our schools are not. He explains how students are not being adequately prepared to use the internet and other technology after they graduate. He gave multiple examples of how the internet is bringing people together to do amazing things, but for the most part we are not allowing our students to get in on the action. This is one of the main challenges that I feel I face as an educator. I want students to be able to use technology to explore ideas and make the content meaningful to themselves. However, I feel that this is a daunting task especially when there is so much emphasis on teaching the standards. I would love to have students be able to create their own meaningful projects using technology, but I'm not yet sure how to do that while still having time to teach them all of the math skills that they need to know. I know that it will be challenging, but it is of the utmost importance to have students' education reflect what they will be expected to do in their futures.