The point of this site is to make it easier for you, as a facilitator, to integrate technology into your lesson plans/training sessions.
At this particular time in our history, there are still a lot of facilitators that have spent the bulk of thier lives without technology in the classroom and still a larger number that have not had it integrated into thier daily lives. Because of that, the idea of using things like the internet, and mobile devices as a part of thier curriculum can seem a daunting task. This site seeks to help you navigate those waters and find where it is most beneficial to include new technologies and when it might be best to leave things the way they are.
In fact, if you do it properly, it can be absolitely seamless. The point is not for the technology to be there because it can be; the point is for it to be there to make something easier. Whatever that something is--recording grades, tracking progress, cross-class collaboration--your ultimate goal is to make things more accessible to your students and less time consuming for you.
The biggest thing that you need to be concerned about as you decide how to integrate technology into your classroom is the questions of access. Do your students have thier own devices? Is your classroom/district and one-to-one (device to student) environment? Are you asking parents to spend thier own money to provide access to these tools? The answer to these questions must be at the core of your decisions on when, where, and how to use the suggestions we provide.