The use of Information Communication Technology in schools is a major challenge. The task of successfully integrating ICT into the curriculum raises a number of questions. What is the role of this new tool? Does it actually enhance the educational process? How can ICT be successfully integrated into what schools are currently doing? Is ICT the change-agent that will take schools into a whole new way of learning? How do students feel about ICT? Is it just a gimmick? Does it actually engage all students, or does it turn some of them off? Through interviews and case studies, this program will assist teachers in coming to some conclusions about the use of ICT and other issues arising from this major change in the way that learning is supported in the modern classroom.