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 The staff and students at Eagan High School and Woodbury High School are joining with the Minnesota Association of Teacher Educators (MNATE) to stage a mini-conference, "Fostering Meaningful Communication with Teenagers: Establishing Optimal Relationships with the Millennial Generation." (Mendota Heights Sun Current)
 
 
Last Updated on 4/22/2005
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 Here's a great example of students working together with their community. Students in North Carolina worked with local community agencies to rebuild computers, set up a DSL connection and build a community access lab. (The Centers for Quality Teaching and Learning)
 
  
Last Updated on 3/10/2005
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 Another good example of students showcasing their ideas to adults. Through the Tech-Know-Build program, students have made presentations to community leaders, using laptops, to find ways of improving their community. (Crawfordsville Journal Review)
 
   
Last Updated on 3/10/2005
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 Here's a great example of students sharing what they know with decision-makers. Students from around Georgia will be visiting the state capitol to showcase their technology experience. (Gainesville Times)
 
    
Last Updated on 3/10/2005
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 These Dialogue Guides from the Public Conversations Project are designed to help diverse groups discuss issues by walking you through the process of facilitating a discussion. Do you have any interesting ideas for your community or have an opinion about a public issue? If so, then check this site out.
 
     
Last Updated on 2/14/2005

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