[Assessment 1244] Re: Ave atque vale!
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Let me add my thanks as well. I learned a lot.
> Dear Participants,
> Since it's Friday night and Marie says the Discussion is over, I guess it
> is. But I'd like to thank you all personally for taking the time to
> participate and for making this such an "interesting" week for me. I've
> learned a lot, and I hope you've benefited too. In any event, you all seem
> to be wonderful people, and I hope we haven't heard the last of each
> Both Jodi and I will be at the TESOL Convention, and I would love to meet
> you personally.
> I hope you all have wonderful weekends with friends and family. I will be
> devoting a lot of time to making up for neglecting my "child" (see
> attachment) while I was writing to you.
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JoAnn (Jodi) Crandall
Professor, Education Department
Director, Ph.D. Program in Language, Literacy & Culture
Coordinator, Peace Corps Master's International Program in ESOL/Bilingual
University of Maryland, Baltimore County (UMBC)
1000 Hilltop Circle, Baltimore, MD 21250
ph: 410-455-2313/2376 fax: 410-455-8947/1880
email: crandall at umbc.edu