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DeRosa, Melody

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New ETC for New York!
Posted: Jan 10, 2008 10:59 AM
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It's official, Mr. Dana F. Morse is the new New York State Educational
Technology Consultant.



Dana has started this week and has his new TI email account.:-)

You can reach him at dmorse@ti.com .



Dana joins the New York team with a solid background in New York State
issues.

He was formerly employed by Skaneateles High School and has taught all
levels of high school mathematics.

Dana is a former T3 instructor with many years of classroom experience
using graphing technology, TI Navigator, Smartview and most recently the
TI Nspire handhelds.

He taught 2 multi-day sessions of TI Nspire this past year, one in
Hamburg and the other in Skaneateles. He has also done a many workshops
and trainings throughout the state.

Please join me with a warm welcome to your new ETC!



If you would Dana to come in and help you put together a strategy for
your TI technology implementation, his services are free.

He can help you develop a strategy for funding, resources, professional
development and much more.

Just drop him a line at dmorse@ti.com

Or call (315) 730-9858.



Take good care and thank you!

Melody











Melody DeRosa

Texas Instruments

Western Regional Director

Education Technology

Office/Cell (518) 852-8148

Fax (518) 375-9344

mderosa@ti.com










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