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As I speak at conferences and workshops, I've been collecting these tweets, texts, and emails to create a collaborative "reference letter". I get goosebumps as I read these testimonials. I hope you will enjoy reading them too!

"Kayla Delzer was hands down the best guest speaker in our T&L 250 class at the University of North Dakota. Students learned so much from her presentation and she connected with each student. College students loved her teaching style and still mention her name. I know most of my class follows her on Twitter and on her blog. Kayla Delzer is AWESOME!"
     -Patrick Marolt, UND Professor and Elementary Principal

"Three years ago my sister was teaching in a district. Over Christmas, she said, "Becky you have to check out this teacher, she is so creative and kind!" I checked out her webpage and fell in love with her style. Last year, I had the opportunity to attend two session that Mrs. Delzer was hosting. The two sessions guided me to many resources and tools to "enhance" my teaching. From the people I've connected with through Mrs. Delzer, it has re-energized my teaching and passion for what I do. I continue to follow her for ideas, thoughts, and tips. It's a great reflection tool to network with teachers outside your district to inspire and share with. I'm very thankful for her willingness to share!" 

    -Becky Hayden, 3rd Grade Teacher

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