$30,000 worth of ed tech will be awarded

 Qwizdom is kicking off the Texas Computer Education Association Conference (TCEA) by giving and "tweeting away" over $30,000.00 in interactive learning systems,
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Qwizdom is kicking off the Texas Computer Education Association Conference (TCEA) by giving and "tweeting away" over $30,000.00 in interactive learning systems, curriculum and software to educators at the conference and across the nation. There are two ways to win, either by visiting Qwizdom on the trade show floor, or by following @Qwizdom on Twitter.

Prizes include a set of 24 Q2 Student Response Remotes with a Q7 Tablet, Connect Software and WizTeach Tools and Premium Service.
For more information, visit www.qwizdom.com.

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