Thursday, March 19, 2009

MACUL iReporters! Send your pics/movies to feet58should@photos.flickr.com

4 comments:

Anonymous said...

I'm having a blast at the conference and I'm enjoying your cellphone session. Please send me a copy of your powerpoint. Thanks!
Mary
mary@mrscarlson.com

Kim said...

I attended your session today - March 19th and would love a copy of the power point you went through with us to share with my staff. I took great notes - but to send them a set electronic copy would be better. I could not locate it on your website. Thank you for passing this along!

Kim Cairy
White Pine MS ~ Visual Arts
Saginaw Township Community Schools
kacairy@stcs.org

Elizabeth said...

Honestly, this was the most amazing presentation I went to. I was very skeptical of using cell phones, but now even our Superintendent is going to rewrite our tech policies so we can use them in the classroom! THANK YOU FOR EVERYTHING!

Remi said...

Honestly, this was the most amazing presentation. Thanks

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