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Re: NECC conference


From: Woody Duncan (wduncan_at_TeacherArtExchange)
Date: Wed Jun 25 2003 - 15:46:04 PDT

        Enjoy the conference and yes you will find new ideas.
The biggest problem is finding out where each session is
because the thing is so huge. Go online and browse the
online schedule of sessions before you leave. When you
get there get a map of the layout. In Chicago they had a
good map. In San Antonio they did not. By the time you get
it all figured out it's over.
                                                Enjoy, Woody in KC

Judy Potter wrote:
> Woody,
> Thanks for the information. I have a feeling you might be right about
> the predominance of "techy types." My office is paying for me to attend
> the conference and I am traveling with two other early childhood
> educators on my expressive arts project. Our goal is to get some new
> ideas for integrating arts for children with disabilities through
> technology.
> Judy Potter

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