I agree with Wesch that teaching students to learn how to look for answers rather than teaching them the answers is important. I also agree that technology offers many tools in order to do this. I think Wesch is right that encouraging students to ask their own questions is part of the solution to previous forms education where students were taught to simply learn what needs to be learned for a test. In my own classroom I think that encouraging independent research, critical thinking and an organized, rational approach to problem solving are key in helping educate students to be thinkers rather than reciters of knowledge. I think giving students the opportunity to do research on topics they are passionate about and encouraging them to ask their own questions about what they are interested in are two avenues for encouraging students to be knowledge-able. Further, I think the internet is a vast resource to see what others with similar interests or questions are asking or what their input is, which in many cases is very valuable and even novel. Overall, technology isn't the solution, but a flexible, multidimensional tool to assist students in solving today's problems.