Daily Archives: November 2, 2006

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EdTechConnect: David Warlick

Discovery Education is pleased to announce that the presenter for the November EdTechConnect webinar is David Warlick. If you have attended a technology conference in recent years, you have probably heard him speak on a variety of topics relating to emerging technologies and the way that they shape our classrooms today. Last March, David was

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In Her Own Words

     It was just about two weeks ago that I struggled to condense a full day with Bernajean Porter down to a couple of blog size paragraphs. Our own Brad Fountain has gone me one better and posted a podcast of an interview he did with Bernajean after our day together. This is the

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Vyew part Deux

I’ve talked about Vyew before and how I think that it’s one of the better ‘Office 2.0′ applications out there.  Well, now it’s gotten even better.  Vyew 2.0 has just entered into public beta. For those that don’t remember, Vyew is a free webinar solution, similar to Webex which is what we use here in

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National Poster Contest 2006

Many teachers enjoy using digital multimedia resources in their classrooms because they allow students to express themselves in powerful and creative ways that would not be possible using other media. Many of the programs and opportunities that we offer through the Discovery Educator Network are directed at teachers, but our annual DEN Poster Contest is

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Surviving Science Fair Season

I had a great time today at the NSTA Fall Conference in Baltimore, MD.  We had a great session, with some lively discussion, about ways to make Science Fair season less stressful.  We also had some good websites, ideas, tips and tricks thrown out there.  In order to keep the ideas flowing and to alleviate

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