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If You Give A Teacher A Conference....... (by Jennifer Wagner)

Smiles, just my thoughts today….. If you give a teacher a conference,He She is going to ask for a keynote. If you give a teacher a keynote,He She is going to ask for a back channel. If you give a
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Smiles, just my thoughts today…..

If you give a teacher a conference,
He/She is going to ask for a keynote.

If you give a teacher a keynote,
He/She is going to ask for a back channel.

If you give a teacher a back channel,
He/She is going to ask for reliable wi-fi.

If you give a teacher reliable wi-fi,
He/She is going to ask for no sites being blocked.

If you give a teacher open internet,
He/She is going to ask for ways to share what they find.

If you give a teacher the opportunity to share,
He/She is going to ask for a group to share with.

If you give a teacher a group to share with,
He/She is going to ask for skype.

If you give teachers skype,
They are going to ask for a microphone.

If you give a teacher a microphone,
He/She will realize THEY CAN BE A KEYNOTE.

If a teacher can be a keynote,
They will ask you for a conference.

……..yep!! (grins)

This post can also be read at http://jenuinetech.com/blog/?p=1366

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