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T3 Conference
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kxjohnson
Posted 2/27/2006 4:32 PM (#702)
Subject: T3 Conference
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Location: Henry Clay
Hello
Just wanted to let everyone know how great an experience T3 in Denver was!! There were excellent workshops all throughout the day Saturday and Sunday. There were a lot of sessions on Navigator, Cabri, and activities/explorations for students to do using technology.

Maybe we would keep a copy of the activities in Mrs. Hays room? Would that be of interest to anyone? I am sure Bryson would be glad to organize that.
rgoin
Posted 2/27/2006 7:07 PM (#705 - in reply to #702)
Subject: RE: T3 Conference


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Posts: 108
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Location: Henry Clay
I'm sure Bryson would do a great job organizing all the info!!
I would appreciate you all sharing all the new neat things you learned. Please let me know when you all (or Bryson ) gets all the stuff together so I can see.
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