Creating conversational communities that drive change

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              Know that all the energy that you give to make the SEED session fabulous will ripple out to more people than you realize. SEED participants go home and talk to friends and partners and families. They incorporate ideas into their lessons so students start talking to each other about the topics. Those students go home and start talking to their friends and families. It takes time and energy to plan and facilitate each session to make it great, but it’s totally worth it. You may not see it right away, but what you do really affects hundreds of people.quote left

—Elementary school technology and literacy teacher, Minnesota

— Cheryl Robinson, Supervisor, Office of Minority Achievement, Arlington Public Schools, Virginia

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