The National Poster Contest

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It is time to let your students’ creative abilities shine through participation in the 2006 Discovery Educator Network National Poster Contest. 

Challenge your students to express their love for learning by creating a digital image that shows how they "Connect to a World of Learning." 

• What do you enjoy learning?
• How do you learn?
• Where is the best place to learn?
• How does technology change what and how you learn?
• What inspires you to learn more about the world?

Students are permitted to use digital cameras to take photographs or create their image using means other than a digital camera (e.g., drawing the image with pencil and paper and scanning the image into digital format, developing the image on a computer using a painting or drawing program, etc.).  Judging will be based on creative expression, technical merit/image quality, and interpretation/relevance to the theme.   Denbluestar_wide_12_1

Two winning images from each grade level range (K-2, 3-5, 6-8, and 9-12) will be selected and awarded prizes.  Winning entries will be used in a poster design that will be distributed to thousands of classrooms across the world.

Any student of a STAR Discovery Educator can participate.

Download den_npc_release_06.pdf
Download den_npc_flyerfaq_06.pdf
Download den_npc_rules_06.pdf
Download den_npc_student_application_06.doc

Last night I listenend to the newest DEN podcast on my new video iPod.  I love it.  Bernajean Porter encouraged me to think BIGGER about Digital Storytelling than I had been.  She emphasized the lessons learned.  Take a listen, you will be uplifted.

In this podcast you will hear:

  • An indepth interview with Bernajean Porter(www.digitales.us)
  • NASA Uplink Information
  • DEN News
  • Cosmeo free account for unitedstreaming Power Users Digipod_1
  • Innovative ways to use podcasts in the classroom
  • Plus many other exciting pieces of information

Also remember to submit your answers to the question at the end of the podcast to brad_fountain@discovery.com.  Each week a winner will be chosen from the correct answers submitted and a prize will be awarded.  This week’s winner won an autographed copy of Bernajean’s book Digitales: The Art of Telling Digital Stories.

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Ubiquitously yours,
Karen

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Comments

  1. Debbie Bohanan

    Thanks for the contest news. This will be a fun project for my kids.

    I can’t wait to listen to the podcast.

    DD

  2. Debbie Bohanan

    My yearbook/multimedia club kids will be meeting with me next week. I will have to put them to work on this project!

  3. Fotini Guzman

    I downloaded the podcast through my iTunes. Very interesting. Thanks for sharing.

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