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Join us at ISTE 2012, and mark your calendar to see our friend Brooke's presentation!                  Date: Monday, 6/25/2012, 2:00pm–4:00pm Presenter: Brooke Mulartrick of Methacton School District Discover the tools that Methacton School District is using to differentiate technology instruction for staff, students, and parents to support digital age learning.
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Join us at ISTE 2012, and mark your calendar to see our friend Brooke's presentation!

Date: Monday, 6/25/2012, 2:00pm–4:00pm
Presenter: Brooke Mulartrick of Methacton School District

Discover the tools that Methacton School District is using to differentiate technology instruction for staff, students, and parents to support digital age learning.

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