After reading "Generation Always-On", by Dan Anderson I wanted to post my thoughts about this generation of students and how it might effect education. The brains of the "Generation Always-On" are wired to multitask, discern information quickly and are used to instant connectivity. Many worry what will happen to this generation if technology fails. At the moment, I think it is more important to focus on adapting to and engaging the various technologies available rather than run away from them out of fear. I am currently learning how to rewire and update myself so that I don't get left behind. Though technology will play a vital role in our learning journey and has many benefits, I think it's just as important to step away once in a while and be engaged in the real world around us so that we don't lose a good sense of ourselves.