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Council for Exceptional Children CEC Convention & Expo

CEC Convention & Expo 2010 turned out to be a wonderful event hosted at the Gaylord Opryland Resort and Conference Center in Nashville, TN, April 22 - 24. Here are scenes from the CEC Expo floor including lots of activity in the Rock 'N Learn booth. Celebrity impersonators added their own excitement. Council for Exception Children (CEC) Convention and Expo is the top event for special educators to meet for professional development. Rock 'N Learn, a producer of children's educational videos, exhibited at CEC 2010. We were honored that over 1200 attendees visited the Rock 'N Learn booth. This included teachers, administrators, college professors, and college students involved in meeting the educational challenges of students with special needs. The Gaylord Opryland Resort provided a spectacular setting, as you will see in the video. This footage was shot just 10 days before the unfortunate, massive flood of Nashville which caused extensive damage to the Opryland Resort. It was such a privilege for Rock 'N Learn to exhibit at CEC 2010. Rock 'N Learn has always had a strong relationship with special educators, who find our videos valuable for helping educate students with special needs, including those with learning disabilities and autism. The Expo was fun for us because we got to hear success stories of how our educational programs have helped so many students. One teacher, a strong advocate of Rock 'N Learn DVDs, called her students while in our booth to tell them that she was with Rock 'N Learn. Thanks to everyone for making CEC 2010 a successful event. This conference provided many outstanding presentations as well as opportunities for special educators to learn about new products.
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