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Contributors and Contacts

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Contributors and Contacts

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     Craig Lawson is a middle grades language arts teacher from Pender County Schools in eastern North Carolina.  Craig has been an educator for 2 years and received his undergraduate degree in 2008 from the University of North Carolina Wilmington.  He is a long-time gamer and MMO enthusiast whose experiences date back to the early days of Ultima Online.  On a daily basis he strives to engage students in his classroom through the innovative use of technology.  His blog is available at Lawson In The Middle.  He can be found on Twitter as midLawsondle.


  Lucas Gillispie has been an educator for more than a decade now.,He taught high school science for ten years and now works as a district-level instructional technology coordinator for Pender County Schools in Southeastern North Carolina Recently, Lucas completed a master’s degree in instructional technology while researching the effects of a 3D video game on middle school student’s achievement and attitude in mathematics.  His interests include gaming in education, MMORPG’s, virtual training and simulations, and social networking in education.  He is the author of the blogs Edurealms.com and PCS-Tech.netand can be found on Twitter as PCSTech.



Ben Rimes is an elementary technology teacher in Michigan, teaching 3rd, 4th, and 5th graders the in's and out's of using a computer to create, collaborate, and communicate. He is a past board member for the Michigan Association of Computer Users in Learning, a Sunday School teacher, father, husband, and an all around decent guy. Currently enrolled in the University of Michigan's Global Program, Ben works with educators around the world to help raise awareness of the United Nation's Millennium Development Goals, and to find ways to help students become social, political, and environmental activists. You can check in with Ben on his blog, The Tech Savvy Educator, or send him a tweet @techsavvyed.

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