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Hi Lucy,
Thanks for the invite. Yesterday I felt very global - I went to Phoenix and came home in one day.

I spoke to a group of really nice people about 2.0 tools and the teaching that goes along with it - and how students can be involved in making that happen.

When I got home, my husband asked if I wanted to get a later dinner, and I said, "Sure, but something light, I had shrimp in Phoenix."

The sort of thing a globe-trotter says!

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Comment by Sylvia Martinez on April 30, 2007 at 2:16pm
Well, I think they liked it! It tends to be a self-selected audience, so it's a little misleading about how teachers in general feel...

I just posted about the session and a PDF of the slides here: http://blog.genyes.com/index.php/2007/04/30/wow-way-out-west/

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Comment by Lucy Gray on April 30, 2007 at 1:34pm
You know... I think this sort of travel is not a big deal to some people... maybe those living abroad or who travel a lot for work. But for teachers... it IS a big deal, because most of us never go anywhere work-related, I guess. Travel shouldn't be considered such a big deal anymore with the way our economy and work lives are changing... does that make sense? Glad you had fun though.. what was the reaction of teachers to Web 2.0 stuff?

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