In order for both parties to successfully navigate the “C’s of Change” in an increasingly digitized education, students need to learn to play with concepts, and teachers need to allow time for this while demonstrating the process themselves. For teachers who want to help students be correct as quickly as possible, this will be a struggle. Lecture style instructors will have to let go of their locus of control. Educators who are not “techies” will need to adapt to internet-based learning. Teachers need to embrace change in their classrooms and implement new ways of teaching/learning in order for educators and educatees to sail the choppy waters of educational change together.