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NECC 07 a Success!!!
By Barbara Bray    June 28, 2007 -- 03:14 PM

We decided to try a different format for our booth at NECC in Atlanta this year. We wanted to sit with each person and give a personal tour. This seemed to work much better. At least we think it was better than doing stand up and deliver presentations.

Each of us (Roxanne, Janice, Ken, Barbara, Sara, and Anne) listened to your needs and designed our personal tour around you. We will be sharing who won the iPod next week.

The poster session on Tuesday was a real hit. The teachers from Pinellas County Schools (Nancy Kuznicki, Phyllis Hand, and Susan Brown) along with Barbara and Ken shared the cross-age collaborative projects. In less than an hour, we went through 250 handouts. Quote from Phyllis: "We did the impossible." So proud of them and if you get a chance, check out their projects.

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By George Reither      June 29, 2007 -- 08:17 AM
Hi all,

I just made the 850 mile drive back from Atlanta and found some time to check out my new eCouch account. One of my priorities is to enable teachers to support each other at our school. As a school we went ot block scheduling 8 plus years ago. We had many inservices that allowed teachers to work with other teachers to create curriculum and to support the transion into block. Everyone felt that this was the best use of time and resources. Since completing the transition, our time for such activities has decreased due to decisions outside of the building. I hope that this type of site could be just the tool to bring real teacher to teacher support back to our school.
Thanks Ken for setting me up with an account.


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