Integrating technology with face-to-face teaching is an instructional approach that is gaining in popularity and producing impressive results. In “What Would Socrates Say?,” Peter Cookson writes, “A new electronic learning environment is replacing the linear, text-bound culture of conventional schools. This will be the proving ground of the 21st century mind.” How are you extending student’s thinking in classrooms that match digital and face-to-face learning? How has your instruction changed? What are the advantages and what are the challenges to this approach?