Take a few minutes to think about your most -- and least -- successful uses of computers in connection with your teaching.
Choose one experience that you think you learned something from. Take ten minutes to write a description of what happened -- what you did, how it felt, what the problems are, what lessons you learned.
Take your time. We’re going to share these around, but we’re going to treat them the same way we treat talk -- simply taking what they say, or try to say, at face value. So you should write legibly, but don’t worry about organization, mechanics, elegance of phrasing, etc: we’re going to ignore all that stuff.