Also thinking about change - the word change meaning that something has happened and has reached the state that it's become a noun, implying some kind of permanence. But shouldn't the word be changing ... implying growth and continual movement. Also, is there a "half change?"
It's the half change where I am most interested and involved. Starting from where people are right now as educators as administrators. Kind of like Vygotsky's "Zone of Proximal Development" - and what happens just before change - the "almost" state - maybe that's pre-change.
Anyway I hope we aren't blaming the teachers for technology not being fully integrated because that's not useful or helpful. Just a thought after a lot of blog jumping -- and noticing a dichotomy of those who are completely onboard with Web 2.0 and newer technologies and those who are just learning about them.