Does the technology allow students to build skills, that they can use in their everyday lives? Does the technology create a bridge between school learning and everyday life experiences? Are students learning to use digital tools to build positive digital footprints? If technology can somehow aid or enhance the ability to create these real-world connections, than learning is being extended outside of the classroom walls and into student's everyday lives. In addition, another piece of extension are non-content related skills (often called "soft skills"). In the digital age, educators are often looking to help their students to start developing P21 skills, that many employers are asking for.