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Re: using photos in powerpoint


From: Susan Bennett (sbennett_at_TeacherArtExchange)
Date: Tue Oct 16 2001 - 18:09:48 PDT

Life is good in Ohio. I have 3 kids but no grandkids yet. I am happy to
see so many involved peolpe withe children. Sometimes I feel like a
grandparent to my children in the classroom. Their parents are younger and
I am always giving advise about this and that. Nurturing certainly is a part
of teaching ! And teachers are such naturals at nurturing. Susan in Ohio
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From: Woody Duncan <>
To: ArtsEdNet Talk <>
Date: Saturday, October 13, 2001 8:26 PM
Subject: Re: using photos in powerpoint

>Triplets will be here for a couple of months until Buddy gets
>their new house finished. I just came in from a Scholastics
>Art meeting and Frani has them in the tub for a bath. I was
>in charge for breakfast so she could sleep. We plan major
>remodeling here after Christmas. How is life in Ohio ?
> Woody in KC
>Susan Bennett wrote:
>> Thanks Woody for all of the info on Power Point presentations, discs,
>> Soft Office etc. Also..glad to hear that you get to sleep, unless there
>> fireworks of course! Are the triplet still with you and Fran? Susan in
> I'm from Kansas, where the Legislature and BOE keep trying
> to define the term "suitable" because our constitution requires
> the state provide a "suitable" education for all students
> Only Kansas is flat, not the entire planet.
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