Since I started working with Montessori schools, I have seen the most amazing faces of discomfort when I walk in the classroom to talk technology. Though each classroom is far from being traditional, the argument about adding technology leans toward the student’s need for tactile learning. I’m told consistently that the student needs to feel the beads, touch the manipulative, learn certain grips to be able to be successful in the classroom. This article, though not completely disagreeing with the responses I receive, serves as a aid to my own argument of technology is their to enhance the learning. This is a great read.