Archives for March 8, 2006

  1. Professional Development, Networking and Fun in Virginia!

    Today, I had the pleasure to speak with about two hundred educators during the National Teacher Training Institute (NTTI) at James Madison University in Harrisonburg, Virginia.  Hosted by Virginia’s Public Television station (WVPT), this event provides educators with the opportunity to engage in meaningful professional development, network with like minded peers and have a little […]

  2. Building Learning Communities with Alan November

    Join us online for this month’s Discovery Education "EdTech Connect" webinar series featuring Alan November, Wednesday, March 15, 2006 at 5:00 pm Eastern Standard Time (EST). WHO: Alan November, leader in education technology and co-founder of the Stanford Institute for Educational Leadership Through Technology. Learn more at http://novemberlearning.com. TOPIC: Building Learning Communities – We now […]

  3. More Congrats to Rose and Jajaira!

    Well, it’s safe to say that Pennsylvania was adequately represented in this year’s Discovery Educator Network National Poster Contest.  Today, I visited the two national winners in the grades 6-8 category, and I only had to cross the Susquehanna River to do so.  Rose Ortiz and Jajaira Soto-Ramos designed two really powerful and creative posters […]

  4. IL-TCE Contest Winners

    It was great to see so many friends at the Illinois Technology Conference for Educators in St. Charles last week, and I was pleased to see so many Discovery Educators, keynote speakers, members of the ICE Executive Board, and enthusiastic unitedstreaming users at the DEN Reception on Thursday evening. On Tuesday, Steve Dembo, our DEN […]

  5. Becoming a Member

    Before I was a field manager, I was a member of the Discovery Educator Network. As a member, I found out that Discovery really cared about who I was as an educator. The support was phenomenal! And they listened! I also made some great friends within my state and in Pennsylvania, Texas, California, and Georgia. […]