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TH08 - Keynote Lunch: Telling My Story - Guadalupe Quintanilla 
June 18, 2015   11:30am - 2:00pm
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Guadalupe Quintanilla was a happy little girl living with her grandparents in Mexico. She was smart and she loved learning. But when the family moved to the United States, something awful happened. Teachers in Texas decided Guadalupe was stupid. They told her she couldn't succeed in school. For years, Guadalupe believed what the teachers had told her. But then her own children started going to school. Teachers said that they, too, were not smart enough to learn. Guadalupe knew the teachers were wrong. She knew her children would be successful. This story tells what she did about it.

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Opening Session
Wanna be a Hero? Give Your Students a Reason to Learn!
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Gaming Technologies to Help Students Dominate the World (Or At Least Their World)
Super Memory