What Wagner is saying in this chapter is so very obvious, that the majority of students today are learning from the Internet rather than sitting at the knees of teachers or in class rows in school. Sitting in rows for long class periods translates to boredom and imprisonment for students who are so used to being activity and socially connected. The picture is enormously from my person high school days. So why in the world are we still teaching in the exact same classroom situation we used a half a century ago? If I had my preference, as a teacher, I would have computers all around the room for research and loose chairs in the middle for discussion times. We would have things to "do" and places to "go" on a regular basis. This works best for 21st Century brains. Literally, our brains have evolved from the mid- century when I grew up. I can best guide my students by teaching them they way their brains want to work, rather than forcing some curriculum constraints on them really don't work When will we ever get a clue? Perhaps it takes someone like me who grew up in the before Internet world and who has lived through the Internet revolution and kept up with it, to be able to see this human neural evolution. Children's brains are changing and we need to recognize that and keep pace as their teachers.