When I envision a successful science classroom, I see students who are comfortable with taking responsibility for their own learning. I see groups of students discussing ideas and finding throughout the class. The teacher is a facilitator for good discussion, asking guiding questions to get students thinking, but not a lecturer who feeds students information. Direct instruction is necessary to deliver background knowledge to students, but only in small amounts. I want my students discovering phenomenon, not being told about it. The role of the computers would be for students to keep organized records of their conversations between one another, data, and to simulate the models that they would ultimately be creating.