Originally published in MOREnetworking Vol. 2 No. 8, Jan. 2007
On November 15, 2006, students from New Bloomfield High School and Westran High School were able to speak to legislators about the impact of technology in their schools. The New Bloomfield students shared their perspectives on the value of taking dual credit courses online and via videoconferencing, and the Westran students were able to interact live via videoconferencing with the legislators, who participated as guests in their class. It was also a great opportunity for the legislators to experience the technology in action.
Pictured, left to right, are: Representative Steve Hobbs (R-Mexico), Representative Therese Sander (R-Moberly), Ms. Susan Wilderman (AP Coordinator, New Bloomfield Schools), Lacey Sweeten (New Bloomfield student), Terri Sweeten (parent), and Brittany Neier (New Bloomfield student). Not pictured are students from Westran who participated via videoconference.
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