I was just recently introduced to drop box through this class, but I was very interested in reading more information about it. I like the idea of being able to assign work to my students they can work on at home and turn in easily over the computer. This would enable students who cannot come to school due to illness or vacations to still stay with the class and up to date with their academics. Again I have to look at these items and ideas and realize that my 3rd graders may not be the right venue for introducing the technology, but I do think there are definite application possibilities in both middle school and high school. Upper elementary (4-5) could be using DropBox in their classes for some assignments, but not all. I also found the website on SchoolCircut to be really interesting. I have always felt that there is a better system out there than what we are currently using. The SchoolMax system was great in the beginning, but with new standards based reporting the system does not like to play well together. I also understand that the middle and high schools drive the system and we will only change if they have problems and want to change. My biggest complaint is that we need a system that works for all of education K-12 as well as parents. I do like the idea of being able to give feedback to my students on their progress in a variety of subjects and think that technology will only help that feedback to be easier to both give and manage.