The changing nature of learning is bringing forth new innovative ideas and discussions, further leading to more critical thinking and questioning responses. Technology started as one-way communication, where viewers were exposed to a broader view of knowledge. Now technology has grown to expand into a 2-way form of communication. Through technology, learning circles are expanding, not only by listening and being aware of the knowledge we have access to, but by realizing there are no limitations. Using a little or a lot of technology keeps education connected to the globalization of our society. Everyone is able to have a voice over the internet. This is where a teacher can use this benefit toward social justice, and in helping students find their voice. Along with positive outlooks of technology, we must acknowledge the negative aspects, especially in regards to cyber bullying or in technology dominating the classroom environment. Teachers should keep in mind that technology is not the only resource available for teaching social justice and should be used in moderation to other teaching methods or strategies. Too much is no good. Letting technology over power the classroom imbalances the classroom environment by privileging technology over some good ole scissors and glue. Not all learners will find strength in technology and as a teacher, providing many opportunities in the classroom is essential to holistic learning. The internet can be a beneficial and dangerous place; however, utilizing the internet in the classroom to stay connected and to build learning networks with technology increases learning. As Katia stated in the lecture, “you can’t teach drivers Ed. without ever getting in the car” (2014), which parallels teaching social justice, ‘you can’t teach social justice without trying something new’.