I’ve posted a comment to Stephen Downes’ post “Selling an Idea” that he shared on Thursday. I could be wrong, but I think there are some misperceptions here.

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2 Responses to No conspiracy here

  1. Chris says:

    Thanks for responding to Stephens post. It was polite, to the point and really showed what k12 is all about.

    Good luck next week.

    Chris Harbeck

  2. Jennifer says:

    I also thank you for your post as well. I do feel one of the assets of the blogosphere is that we can consistantly fact check eachother. I love the concept of the K12 Online Conference! I am a new teacher/blogger and I see this as an amazing opportunity for me to learn.

    Thank you for your service!

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