I am encouraged to submit suggestions regarding district technology purchases. I find my position is often challenging. I may suggest a "bundle" that includes hardware and accessories. The challenge comes from our district purchasing department. This group often only sees the hardware and price submitted. Their research yields a lower price for the "single hardware item" which they then order. I must often justify "how the entire bundle will help students learn" after submitting purchase suggestions. On the bright side, I developed a relationship with our district technology trainers. They now contact me and ask how a teacher might use a specific technology. I gratefully respond to these requests. I'm even more excited when they ask "What might a teacher use to accomplish ... in their classroom?" Several times my responses have surprised these trainers. I'm glad to have developed a good relationship with them. When I propose a technology purchase to them, I find immediate support. The concepts found in 2 in 1 in the Classroom are similar to suggestions I've provided previously. I appreciate having this document with the concise information it provides.