Archives for June, 2005

  1. Prensky: ‘Engage Me or Enrage Me’

    I attended an interesting keynote luncheon at NECC this afternoon by Marc Prensky, author of Digital Game-Based Learning.  In the session, Prensky made some interesting points about how today’s kids learn. As ‘digital natives’ – today’s kids have never really known life without computers and live with constant sensory stimulation through iPods, cell phones, remotes, […]

  2. The Diversity of our Students

    Last night, Chris Marshall (a middle school teacher from Texas) and I went for a bite to eat after a long day of NECC conferencing. While we discussed many things (including the art of grilling) our conversation ended with a discussion on students and their diversity. Lately, more and more emphasis has been placed on […]

  3. What an amazing opportunity

    What an amazing opportunity we have before us!  We have the opportunity to recognize teachers for what most take for granted every day – the opportunity to provide forums where educators can share and collaborate with other amazing educators from across the country.  And, if we’re lucky, the opportunity to provide teachers with resources, ideas […]

  4. About Us

    Coni Rechner I have been with Discovery Education since 1993 and have specialized in the K-12 education, prevention and public health markets during that time. My favorite teacher was Mrs Fahrenkrug, my 8th grade math teacher. She inspired my love of numbers by making math exciting and engaging while challenging me to always do my […]