This podcast is a recording of a conversation between five of the attendees of the Mid-America Association for Computers in Education (MACE) 2007 conference in Manhattan, Kansas, on March 1, 2007. The keynote speaker for the conference was the inspirational Marco Antonio Torres, who is one of the most amazing and passionate educators you could ever hope to meet. Many thanks to the great staff of ESSDACK (Educational Services and Staff Development Association of Central Kansas) for providing the equipment and recording this “live podcast” in the Alumni Center of Kansas State University at the close of the conference day. Many thanks also to the wonderful teachers in the Wichita Public Schools Instructional Technology department who shared ideas and takeaways from Marco’s keynote as well as other sessions at the MACE 2007 conference. Check out the podcast shownotes for links to their websites!


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