Daily Archives: January 11, 2006

G3 Adventure!

G3 Adventure!

Three HOT G’s are on my mind…Geocaching, GPS, and Google Earth! Fourteen years ago I became very intrigued by "adventure learning." In fact, it was Will Steger’s Polar Expedition and his engaging World School for Adventure Learning (see Story 10)that changed my entire view of the future of education.  Even though my colleague, Mary Baumann

Winners… Winners… Winners

Okay… so this pretty much takes rank as one of my best days as a Discovery employee… it makes all those late nights very much worth it… On, Monday I played Santa… okay… maybe a late Santa, but I am sure these “kids” didn’t mind. My day began with the trek out to Redlands Christian

ICE Classroom Video Contest

The deadline for submissions to the Classroom Video Contest 2006 sponsored by the Illinois Computing Educators organization is coming up in the next few days. Just a reminder that if you and your students have created an original video that you would like to enter into the competition, all entry materials must be postmarked no

The Apple Report

The entire blogospher is abuzz with all the latest goodies announced by Apple yesterday during his keynote at MacWorld.  A few of them are definitely the sorts of things that educators will appreciate!  Don’t forget, if you’re at MacWorld, there is an Education strand this year.  Stop by and visit Hall Davidson while you check