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Get your technology tool story published (and a free book!)

Started Feb 6, 2010 0 Replies

Since I featured this wonderful Ning in my upcoming book, I thought this would be the perfect place to repost this request for help!!!Hey everyone-My publisher, …Continue

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At 11:37am on March 4, 2010, Irene Farmer said…
Thanks Steve. Hopefully this message will be heard by teachers and administration alike.
At 3:07pm on November 3, 2009, Heather Hassinger said…
We went up to the Iowa game (UGH!) and Homecoming. Both games with nasty weather! I was in the Blue Band at school, and always look forward to marching again at Homecoming, but of course the weather prevented that this year!

I had some friends who graduated in '98 Elementary Ed: Karl Funseth, Nick Indeglio, Jill Moyer...I'm sure there are more (friends form Blue Band, etc.). Did you know any of them?

Looking forward to the big game on Saturday! :)
At 2:51pm on October 29, 2009, Heather Hassinger said…
Oops...typed too fast '02 not '00 (started in '00) LOL LONG DAY and it's FAR from over!! :)
At 2:50pm on October 29, 2009, Heather Hassinger said…
...PENN STATE! I knew that icon would get me noticed! :)

Class of '98 (B.S. in Special Education) & '00 (M.S. in Educational Psychology). You?
 
 
 

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