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Technology Integration

Readers’ Survey 2008: Prize Winners Selected

Two educators, chosen in a scramble of this year’s survey participants, will take home iPods.

May 7, 2008

Introducing the winners:

Scott Holcomb, an educational-technology specialist for the Memphis City Schools, helps integrate technology in forty elementary schools. He muses about education at his favorite blog, Ed Tech Teachers.

Angie Haynes, a media specialist at Altamaha Elementary School, in Baxley, Georgia, writes, "Incorporating technology into our students’ lives is one of my favorite things to do to help ensure that our students become lifelong learners in our technologically savvy world. My current favorite is to incorporate iPod technology into regular classroom use."

We couldn't agree more.

Check back for survey results on this page in late May.

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