Link: SEGA Tech.
Sometimes I wish I had a few clones laying around so I could attend more events around the country. Sounds like Katherine hosted an incredible event in Savannah. I don’t think I can do it justice, but thankfully Jeff wrote up a great summary of the evening.
Just a quick quote from the post:
There is a growing awareness of DEN’s potential to augment learning. I noticed that Glynn County, the school system that graciously helped me enter the field of education more than a decade ago (yes, I once taught at a wonderful middle school there), was represented by a dedicated teacher named Stephanie Ogle from Greer Elementary. Ms. Ogle is intent on making sure that her pupils have the necessary 21st Century skills they’ll need for success after they complete their public education and she’s using DEN’s resources in the process. Chatham County
certainly has educators that are aware of DEN’s potential because a
majority of attendees were from Savannah. True to its commitment to
better education, Wayne County
will be hosting a meeting with Katherine in March. I hope other,
progressive school systems in Southeast Georgia will follow Chatham,
Glynn, and Wayne’s example.
Want to join in on the fun? Swing by the calendar section of the new website and see what events are going on in your area. Heck, if you’re a Discovery Educator and you don’t see any going on in your area, host your own!