Okay, I’ve been at TETC for an entire morning, and there just isn’t much happening. There were a lot of good-sounding sessions yesterday, and some more this afternoon (Teryl and me not included, of course). I have never heard of this keynote speaker, so I decided to blow that off and look around the exhibit hall. I got there just before they closed it for the keynote speaker!
I did have enough time to walk around and realize that there just were not that many exhibitors here. I’m going to try to pick up some information later today from those that look interesting. I did get some information from a company called TextHelp, a text reader for struggling readers available on a USB drive. What did I like best about it? It has a phonetic dictionary. Kids that write “fizix” will get all kinds of “fizz” words in Microsoft Word. However, HelpText finds “physics” to show kids how to really spell the word. Cool! I registered to win a copy for my school, so we’ll let you know how that goes!
That’s all for now. Let’s get lunch!