There are 20 students in the Year 10 business class including a diverse range of abilities and learning styles. There are six high to very high achievers, eleven average achievers and three students with learning difficulties. These learning difficulties include one student ascertained with ASD, one student with serious physical impairment and one student in the process of being tested for visual processing difficulties. In the high achievers, one student may be gifted and talented. However, I have found across all ability groups there is a diverse range of strengths and weaknesses. I have found that the students have a range of learning styles with many kinaesthetic, some visual and some auditory learners. The unit is an excellent learning experience for all learners with some hands on activities, constructing knowledge and making meaning by making connections to prior knowledge and real life situations. All students in the class are familiar with and excited by using ICTs and none are disadvantaged. The student with ASD can become disengaged with some literacy and numeracy activities however is calm and engaged when interacting with ICTs. The student with physical impairment and the student with eyesight problems also find it advantageous using ICTs. Overall, there are no disadvantages to incorporating ICTs and a huge opportunity to transform learning experiences. All students particularly enjoy using the voki and are also quite savvy with the use of PowerPoint which is used in a number of other KLA’s in the school. Students are quite adept at emailing and enjoy games on the computer (as all students do). The game and additional online quizzes are featured on the website to cater generally for the gifted and faster learners.