ITP -- 2nd week : LUSENET : M.Ed. Cohort II : One Thread

Cohort II presenters RULE! Sarah, Sandy, Gloria, and Barb--you did a FANTASTIC job of presenting your soon-to-be-nationally recognized, fame-getting, money-earning brochure!!! Your knowledge, enthusiasm, and pride sure came through. You can be proud of your wonderful accomplishment! Congratulations!

Thanks to Terry Anderson and Diane Vertin who viewed our presentation and were so very encouraging. We appreciate their support.

-- Anonymous, May 11, 1999


And...awesome job Dave, Rebecca, and Ann. Very interesting info about technology and education. Two years ago I would have absolutely, positively never considered taking a class through the internet. But, now...I would consider it. I am so impressed by the three of you and your knowledge and curiousity for technology. It is so obvious that expertise in using technology for a multitude of "things" is here to stay...almost a necessity for educators. I hope I can keep expanding my narrow knowledge base. Your presentation was very professional. Good luck in getting the rest of the data.

-- Anonymous, May 11, 1999

I feel honored to be in this cohort. Your presentations were professional and worth all the work you put into this program. Bravo! I wish you folks would all be around when Laura and I have finished our thesis. Any chance we could get you back together in September? We would love you in the audience.

I will not be able to be at the party on Sunday as I will be Minneapolis. I will be sorry to miss the camraderie. I hope you have a wonderful time.

-- Anonymous, May 11, 1999

ECFE rules and we have a fine example of why it is so important. There isn't much of a house that can be built on a weak foundation. The best part of it all is that I get to say "Hey, the folks who published that are friends of mine." Highest Kudos to all of you.

And Catherine, you may not be here with us, but you certainly will not be apart from us. And you let me know where you need an audience for your presentation, I'd be honored to be there, anytime, any place.

-- Anonymous, May 11, 1999

The presentations, although at opposite ends of the education continuum, both offered insights and information most of us can use in our work as educators. We were presented with the importance of talking to our toddlers as well as the need to be able to communicate over the internet. Thanks to both groups for their professional and informative ITPs. Again I have to mention the value of the cohort in providing a research experience beyond anything I would have had on my own. The knowledge we have gain because of being there to listen and discuss all of the research projects is difficult to measure, but has definitely made me a more effective and confident teacher. I'm looking forward to the rest of the ITPs and would be interested in being invited to the ones presented later this summer or next Fall.

-- Anonymous, May 12, 1999

Me too.

-- Anonymous, May 23, 1999

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