Draft something myself...
"My Digital Day" by Mrs. Shields
My day begins each morning with an alarm clock to stop.
Then reach for my phone on the kitchen counter-top.
If there is time, the blue coffee light begins to blink.
Soon too my brain begins to think.
Out the door I dash, still a bit blurry.
Car alarm I push in a hurry.
Gratitude for traffic lights that keep me in one piece.
I start my day at work very early to enjoy a little peace.
Scan my security door clicker.
Convenient to let me in quicker.
Boot up my computer.
There's email to read.
“Please, no major problems today,” I plead.
Help teachers find new resources on the net.
Oh, here is one your students will love - I bet!
Research, explore, through so much to scroll.
Use the right words and I'm on quite a roll.
Chosen words of the right kind
to just right websites I will find.
Pick a few gems to share
with teachers that care.
It's a joy showing them what I have found.
From teacher to teacher it will pass around.
Time to show students so we have a common ground.
Hopefully I have found the pick of the crop.
Oh the magic that is found within my laptop!
I'd still love to find a better poem about technology for students. Maybe something about Google or the Internet. I put out a call to my personal learning network on Twitter. If you know of one, I'd love to see what you have to share. Hope you have a very happy Poem in Your Pocket Day!