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Your Name and Title:  Pamela L. Jimison, M.Ed.; Educational Technologist School or Organization Name:  William Jessup University Co-Presenter Name(s): …Continue

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Started this discussion. Last reply by Lucy Gray Oct 31, 2014.


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(This post first appeared on my WJUEdTech Blog. Visit it here.)

Let’s face it. Most of us like stories. Everyone has a story to tell and there are so many ways to tell a story. Sometimes it’s fun to imagine a story in your head. I guess that’s why it’s often difficult to put a good book down!

We also know its important to have students be innovative and creative.…


Posted on July 23, 2014 at 3:56pm

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