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Contest To Award Student Response System

CONTEST NEWS Qwizdom launched its “How Do You Q?” social media contest. K12 teachers who are based in the U.S. are invited to share words, pictures and or videos that tell why they want the Q6 Student Response System in
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Qwizdom launched its “How Do You Q?” social media contest. K12 teachers who are based in the U.S. are invited to share words, pictures and/ or videos that tell why they want the Q6 Student Response System in their classroom. One winner from each of three categories will win an entire classroom technology package; the estimated total value of each prize is more than $4,000/classroom. To enter, visit www.howdoyouq.com (Deadline: December 3, 2010).

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