Effective instruction inspires learners through a design that incorporates conditions toward collaboration, communication, creative thinking, problem solving, and discourse. Learning through the art of making is a social process, not a standardized process. Great teaching employs constructionist principles, rooted in constructivism, and is a continuous improvement process that encompasses reflection. Educators at all levels must question learning technology resources and integration approaches. Above all, I believe creative thought and economic innovation requires social involvement, a human teacher facilitating social discussion, and that knowledge should not and cannot be substituted or devalued as a downloadable material. It is my cause and belief to advocate for improvement in learning and curriculum design approaches integrating technologies that can be distributed to all learners equally.