I found the videos quite interesting as they mostly addressed the various new methods of digital information transfer. Personally, I found the How To Make An Audio QRCode. video to be the most interesting as I have always been interested in the use of QR codes and their potential. The idea of using captured audio to reinforce a child's reading in such a way is quite innovative. Mrs. Ginger Tuck and Mrs. Shirley both do a fantastic job of illustrating the various uses of iPads for the lower grade levels in iPad Reading Center, Poplet With Ginger Tuck, AVL and Kindergarten Students, and Tammy Shirley Discovery Education Board Builder Moon Project. Of course, Mrs. Tassin's students prove their mettle in Mrs. Tassin 2nd Grade students share Board Builder Project and Mrs. Tassin students share Board Builder Project by presenting the Board Builder projects that they were able to create using their iPads. Then the conversational videos Using iMovie and the Alabama Virtual Library in Kindergarten and We All Become Learners bring the various successes of young students with these programs to the forefront.
All in all, I would say that the up and coming generation as a whole will no doubt have a familiarity with technology. This however does not discount my age group who grew with the advancement of the digital age as opposed to being born with it already readily available. Growth and innovation do not leave anyone behind, but some people just choose not to participate. In recognition of this my picture is that of a clock to symbolize the eternal march of time.