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Title:
Associate Professor; Director, CASTLE
Location (City or Town):
United States
About Me or Reason for Joining the GEC:
We all are globally connected now, even in rural Iowa!
I am a:
college or university professor
Grade Level or Age of Students You Work With (if applicable):
Pre-service principals and superintendents
Web Site (if applicable):
http://www.schooltechleadership.org
Blog (if applicable):
http://www.dangerouslyirrelevant.org
Languages Spoken:
English
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dr.scott.mcleod

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At 10:42am on September 1, 2010, Pastor Samuel Muderhwa said…
Dear Scott
I would like to greet you and interest to be your friend with collaboration.

thanks

Samuel
 
 
 

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