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Tuesday
Apr262011

Two class acts

Don't you just love it when people show real class? I got this note in yesterday's mail:

 

Jil'Lane didn't have to do this, but it was really nice that she did. (I'd forgotten I'd even made the recommendation.) Class Act Number One.

I had no doubt that Amy Oberts and Anita Beaman would do an outstanding job for AAIM since they were fantastic at our conference a year or so ago. But their professionalism is Class Act Number Two.

It's little things like a thank you note that restore one's faith in humanity. We just might be OK after all.

BTW, Amy and Anita will be two of our speakers at the SIGMSForum during ISTE in June. (It's a hell of a line up!)

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Reader Comments (2)

Thank you for this post, I had not heard of Reading 2.0 before! This is an exciting concept and I can't wait to share it with my colleagues. The wiki for it is great. It really is interesting how we find information and resources sometimes! :)

April 26, 2011 | Unregistered CommenterCommuting Teacher

Those little things in life are the best! Being recognized in a positive light is so important and makes you appreciate people more. A simple thank you goes a long way as well as an excuse me. Things to remember! :)

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