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Video clip contest open to teachers, administrators

  Casio is encouraging teachers and administrators to submit a short video clip that highlights their unique classroom experiences with Casio technology.
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 Casio is encouraging teachers and administrators to submit a short video clip that highlights their unique classroom experiences with Casio technology for a chance to win a grand prize trip to the 2010 National Council of Teachers of Mathematics (NCTM) Annual Meeting in San Diego.

The contest calls on teachers and administrators to share their story in a 30-60 second video clip and explain how they have incorporated Casio into their curriculum. Strong entries will contain information on Casio's overall affordability, functionality and support. Casio is looking for all experiences, from discovery through implementation.

For more information, visit www.casioeducation.com. To submit a video, visit www.mycasioexperience.com

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