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Leni:
I guess I should cancel the Musee tix?

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> From: American Memory Fellows [mailto:[log in to unmask]]On Behalf Of
> Leni Donlan
> Sent: Friday, October 13, 2000 6:56 AM
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> Subject: NCSS
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> Hello All,
>
> Library Staff have begun to prepare for the NCSS conference. We have
> a new "booth" and a wonderful audience of Social Studies educators to
> try it "on"!
>
> We know the impact of "voices from the trenches" and so, hope that
> those of you who are attending NCSS will be willing to join us in the
> Library's booth. If you are attending the conference, and are willing
> to do so, we would like to actually schedule you for a "booth"
> presentation. We will have presentations going on throughout the
> conference on various topics. Your sharing would be marvelous!  You
> might choose to tell of a student project (and bring student work to
> support your tale of success!), to talk about your Fellow's Project,
> to share a professional development technique you have used with
> staff members in your district, etc..
>
> If you are not attending NCSS, you can still share your
> "wonderfulness". I received a package from Claire Griffin (Hawaii,
> Class of '00) yesterday. She sent a packet of "I Am" poems created by
> her students (not a long term, but a two day project), using the AM
> collections as their resource. These are to "DIE" for. Seeing them
> will help other teachers realize that they can USE the collections in
> viable ways. If you have student work from projects you have done
> (and if you and those students are willing to part with some of
> it)..we would love to display such work at NCSS (and future
> conferences!).  Think about it....
>
> We'll talk more about this...
>
> Best,
>
> Leni
> Class of '97
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> Leni Donlan
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