My vision of the ideal science classroom has always been an area of organized chaos. As place that to the outsider might look like total confusion, but to those in the room, it makes perfect sense. Everyone is engaged in some sort of activity - some students working together, some may be working by themselves and the teacher is circulating around the room not only addressing questions posed by students, but also asking questions to push the students to deeper understanding. All the students may be working on something slightly different, but they are all working on something that challenges them and their current thinking about the world around them. Currently computers are mostly used as a source of information, for access to interactive websites, or assessment but I see their use being expanded into other areas as technology becomes a more ubiquitous part of everyday life. I see coding and complex system modeling fitting well into this type of classroom.