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The Learning Doesn’t Stop

06/14/2009 Leave a comment

I love that, because of technology, I was able to start this conversation with my students in the midst of summer vacation:


A message to all members of Cougar Pride:

Mrs. Cunningham

I know that most of you are not checking this site over the summer, but I can’t stop being your teacher just because school is out.  So here goes:

If you get a minute, stop by this site: Dear CNN: Please Check Twitter for News about Iran.  The call for change in Iran is being led students not much older than you guys, and they are sharing their struggle using a lot of the technology we have experimented with in class.  Just a reminder that you really do have the power to change the world in which you live.


For more information on Twitter and the upheaval in Iran, try the following:

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