Raves from the 2009 TAA Conference in San Antonio...
"I just wanted to thank you for a wonderful conference. I had a great time and learned an enormous amount about things I really needed to know. I particularly appreciated that people were so open and willing to share the wisdom they've accumulated through years of hard work!"
Judy Sklar Rasminsky, co-author of Challenging Behavior in Young Children, which won a 2007 TAA Textbook Excellence Award, and Challenging Behavior in Elementary and Middle School, which won a 2009 TAA Textbook Excellence Award
"The TAA Conference was well-organized. Exceptional presenters. Exciting location (San Antonio, TX). This conference was an exceptional value. Thursday's offerings were so attractive that I was disappointed that I could not attend all of them."
Russell G. Kulp, Chair, Bachelor Degree Programs, Central Pennsylvania College
"This is my first TAA Conference and I learned more than expected. It was more valuable than other conferences by a long shot. Everyone was friendly and helpful."
"The Networking Hospitality Hour was one of the best parts of the conference — a good chance to network."
'"How to Write When You're Not a Natural Writer' [presented by William Waters, assistant professor of English at the University of Houston-Downtown] is one of the best workshops I have attended."
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