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Hello!  I'm Dick Meyer from Kearney, Nebraska.  I am an Associate Professor and Chair of the Educational Administration Department at the University of Nebraska Kearney (UNK).  Most of my life has been spent as PK-12 school administrator.  Most recently (2006-13), I was the CIA (Curriculum, Instruction, and Assessment) Director for the Kearney (NE) Public Schools.  In that role, we implemented at BYOD environment in our schools and planned for the 1:1 Chromebook deployment later this fall at Kearney High School.  My dissertation is on the effects of 1:1 adoptions on teaching and learning, so I am very interested in how teachers are using technology to enhance their classrooms and accelerate learning.
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