I feel that I do a reasonably good job of incorporating technology into my 7th grade English class. I'm very fortunate in my access to technology. I have a Smartboard, a cart of 27 laptops that I share with 4 other teachers (who only use them sporadically), headphones with mics, 4 desktop computers, and a Flipvideo camera.My district offers outstanding support from the ed tech department - from lesson ideas to training to co-teaching opportunities.
In my class, we use the internet for research, do projects in PowerPoint and MovieMaker, use a Fusetalk forum to discuss literature and current events and for students to publish their drafts and get feedback, video student speeches and Shakespeare scene performances, and use Word for most writing projects. I'm planning a project where the students use Glogster. I'm also designing an interdisciplinary project that will use all of the elements above plus EduSim and the Smartboard.
But I feel like there's so much more out there that I could try.
In particular, I'd like to do a better job of marrying literature study (which is my weakest area - I'm much better at teaching composition/writing skills and research) with technology (which is my biggest area of interest).