The only new ideas that have come to mind include demonstrating or showing an actual project where a student used technology and another project where the student didn't use technology to truly show the difference in motivation a student would have for creating a project with technology. I don't know if this is even feasible but I'm going to try. I'm also going to continue to create my website to show the different case studies I have found to prove that technology truly increases student motivation.
I would recommend that students ask me to show examples of how technology helps increase motivation in their classes, but I think being able to allow them to share there personal stories about using technology in classrooms would help support my question the best. I could also try and create my own study with a group of kids if I had my own classroom and have a group of students create a project without technology and another group create the same project with technology. If I had more time for this project and a group of students, I would recommend creating my own study. However, with the resources and time I have for this project, I am going to display my results in a website to help prove to teachers that technology increases motivation.