I am fed up with technology right now and that's not good since I am a computer teacher!!! I am really fed up with homeroom teachers who seem to see my job as unimportant. I feel as though I will never be able to crack through the hardened exterior of these teachers who are bound and determined not to use technology with their students. I have been trying for the last 5 years to show them cool sites, things to do with the digital cameras, ppt shows that they can use to teach different subjects. The principal is also trying to encourage the teachers to realize that they are teaching children in a digital age and the way we teach must reflect that. One of my co-workers actually questioned whether using technology really involves "using any thinking skills because all you have to know is which button to press." Yet, when their classroom computer (the one they never let the students touch) isn't working they are right on my doorstep complaining because they can't check their email. How do I (Can I) get through to these teachers without constantly nagging them and without further irritating them? Should I even bother to try? Ugghhh!!!