Daily Archives: September 7, 2006

Croc Files

Croc Files

Steve Irwin started coming into our home when my son was 2. He enjoyed the Croc Files and that’s probably where he got his love for alligators, sharks, and other animals. These past few days has me going down memory lane of some of our favorite shows, concern for his family and the pain they

Compassion from the Grapevine

It never ceases to amaze me just how creative teachers are.  Since I began the Good News Grapevine for DEN members to tell about the unique ways they use unitedstreaming in their classroom, I have had so many creative ideas presented that I just hope I can do them justice.  This one is from Kathy

WEBINARS in September

North Texas & Oklahoma DEN WebinarsSeptember 2006 Professional Development opportunities (DEN Website, New Features to unitedstreaming,& The Three Builders) to help you gain new information and then share with your teachers! To join a webinar: https://discoveryed.webex.com/ Password:  denrocks Use the toll-free number to call Click here for the schedule in September Download ntxok_webinars_sept.pdf

Steve Hargadon – An educational treasure!

I love great educational resources and the power of collaboration.  That’s what’s so cool about the Discovery Educator Network!  And, also one of the reasons why I applied for the position of Wisconsin DEN Field Manager… collaboration is how educators survive the uphill challenges we face.    Just found Steve Hargadon‘s tremendous podcast and blogging

The Lion's DEN

I’ve been getting a great history lesson from a third generation Floridian and DEN member, Mary Cox. She’s from Leon County and is a fascinating person. From bee keeping to banjo playing – well she’s a lady of many talents. I had simply asked what would you like to re-name/nickname Team North Florida. It brought

Oklahoma City Area DEN Gathering

Boy were we full after our trip to Toby Keith’s I Love This Bar & Grill.  I was lucky enough to join several Discovery Educators in Oklahoma City this week for dinner.  Educators from Oklahoma City Pubic Schools and Putnam City (where I spent the day with all of the library media specialists) joined together