44% of bloggers are parents. Perhaps you might ask, during you next PTA meeting, how many in the audience have a blog. The answer might be important…So if this is the case, my guess is that these parents have children and that they engage with technologies that teachers and students can benefit from. As I saw this video, I saw myself having created an account on Facebook, Flickr, and so on and so on and I teach my children at home about these great technology tools. I realize not everyone does this or has the time. I do this because even though I work for a social community, WeAreTeachers, I am still a educator and the primary teacher for my children. I realize that my son's school does not embrace all of these new technologies whether it's because of security reasons or professional development. However, not to belabor the topic, I know this is something that seems to be the topic of many ed tech conversations... "What is it going to take to get districts to embrace Web2.0 tools (all the usual suspects) and how will we move teachers to embrace and integrate into their curriculum and still teach the standards... I believe "we are there" and the students are ready and willing.