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Recent Posts by Diana McGhee

A newly retired educator, Diana began her teaching career in 1985 and has basically grown up with technology, beginning with Windows 3.1 and Microsoft Mail. In 2013-14, Diana served as President of the Kentucky Society for Technology in Education, an ISTE affiliate, and she currently serves as a Microsoft Innovative Educator Expert and a professional learning specialist for both i2e and EdtotheMax. She holds a B.A.Ed from the University of Kentucky with minors in journalism, communications and speech, a M.A.Ed and Rank I in secondary guidance and counseling from Eastern Kentucky University and a director of pupil personnel certification from Xavier University in Cincinnati, Ohio. Currently, she is serving as a temporary academic advisor for Model Laboratory Schools in Richmond, Kentucky.
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The Evolution of Technology and the Power of IAM

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My very first trip to a national technology conference was in 2005 when I attended NEC (now known as ISTE) in Philadelphia. I was invited to attend by Discovery Education because I was one of three winners of their “Win a Wireless Laptop” contest. They paid for my airfare and booked me at the Marriott Old City, where my love for the national technology conference, ISTE, was born.
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