I could commit to the idea of transferring the power to the students. Richardson describes how we need to let students be innovative with technology and the only way to do that is to let them create and explore on their own. In my class I allow my student to investigate the new mathematical concepts we are learning, but I feel that I could transfer even more power to them. If I gave my students more freedom to research what they wanted I think that they would become even more engaged with the subject matter. I want my students to take responsibility for their learning and become innovative, creative, and critical thinkers.
One of the ideas that I would struggle with implementing would be the talk to strangers idea. I would be concerned about what/who my students would encounter online if I told them to find teachers who have specialties in their field that they are researching. Richardson states the importance of first teaching students how to distinguish who is an appropriate person to make connections with. However I worry that even after that lesson some of my students will not be mature enough to make responsible choices when contacting people online.