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Debbie LaFollette Interviews Bonita Pryor  -  July 23, 2007 EDgeTech Webcast

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Ms. Bonita Pryor
K-6 Special Education Teacher
Coyle School District in Coyle, Oklahoma

Bonita is a K-6 Special Education teacher at Coyle School District in Coyle, Oklahoma. Bonita brings a perspective from the small, rural district.


[Ms. Debbie LaFollette]

Ms. Debbie LaFollette
Administrative Specialist and Trainer
Computer Technology Integration Department, Langston University, Langston, OK

Debbie is an SISLT graduate student at the University of Missouri-Columbia. She works as an Administrative Specialist and Trainer for the Computer Technology Integration Department at Langston University in Langston, Oklahoma, where she develops and teaches courses to faculty and staff. She has also worked as an Instructional Assistant-Technology at Fox Creek Elementary School, Douglas County School District, in the Denver, CO area as well as being a graphic designer.


Debbie LaFollette interviewed Bonita Pryor, a K-6 Special Education teacher from the Coyle School District in Coyle, Oklahoma. This is a 5 part series in which Debbie interviews a principal, teachers, and parents on the subject of utilizing technology in the school-home connection.

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