Daily Archives: January 3, 2006

Coulee Kids Podcast…do you?

Coulee Kids Podcast…do you?

Each week or two the WI DEN will feature DEN members willing to "showcase" the exciting instructional strategies being integrated into their classroom, LMC, or learning environment.  Jeanne Halderson, 7th Grade Teacher at Longfellow Middle School (School District of LaCrosse) and Apple Distinguished Educator, is featured this week. Jeanne became the first Wisconsin DEN member

Hall Davidson Makes His Webinar Debut

He is loved by all and many of you have already had the chance to hear him once, so it’s with great pride (of course he is a Californian) that I share with you that Hall Davidson will be making his first webinar debut.  This will be the first in a series of webinars with

New Year’s Resolution: WI DEN Blog to BLOOM!

It is time for 2006 New Year’s Resolutions this week. Here is one of my resolutions for the year: The WI Discovery Educator Network Blog is about to BLOOM! I resolve to develop the WI Blog as a critical resource and forum for all WI DEN and others interested in exploring, sharing, and participating in

Free live webinars from EdTech Connect!

JOIN US Online for "EdTech Connect" Featuring Hall Davidson!Discovery Education is launching a new FREE Webinar series — EdTechConnect — to help teachers integrate media and technology into the classroom. Discovery Education will CONNECT YOU with the experts who will answer your questions and bring you new insights.  All you need is a telephone and

CUE: Computer Using Educators

It’s officially time to begin registering for the CUE Conference held in Palm Springs, CA held March 9th-11th.  I know… March seems like a long way off…. but some hotels are already completely booked.  Now everyone wants to know "How Much?!?"  So here’s the breakdown… PreRegistration (Dec 1st- Feb 10th) CUE MEMBERS: Full Conference: $

Free and Easy

Happy New Year! I hope that you had a relaxing and peaceful holiday break and that you feel energized and ready to explore new ideas. As I conducted workshops across the state in 2005, one reality kept emerging in almost every district I worked–budgets are extremely tight and money for new technology equipment and software