Are you going to be in St. Louis for the NSTA National Conference (March 29 – April 1)? If so, let us know. We’d love to get together with a group of Discovery Educators. Just post a comment here or send me an email (firstname.lastname@example.org).
For those of you who do not know, before coming to Discovery, I was a classroom teacher for 5 years in Anaheim City School District (ACSD)…. Just in case you were still wondering, I taught 1st, 4th, 5th, and 6th. So, I was delighted when STAR DEN Members Brian Brooks and Ray Hernandez from ACSD
No rest for the weary… after Hall and I finished up CUE we boarded the planes and headed north for the Northwest Council For Computer Education (NCCE) conference held in Spokane, WA. We kicked things off here with a gathering of STAR DEN members at the Mead School District. Special thanks to Kim Montecucco for
I don’t think Palm Springs will ever be the same after 150 STAR DEN members gathered there to take part in the 2007 Computer Using Educator’s (CUE) Conference. A HUGE Congratulations to STAR DEN Member Genny Kahlwiess who won California’s Technology Teacher of the Year! We couldn’t have been prouder when she made her acceptance
Here it is…your DEN weekly update sent on March 9, 2007. Enjoy!
Nonlinear surprise at NCCE – The DEN has been talking about and demonstrating nonlinear PowerPoints. DEN member Tim Chase presented a session at the Northwest Council for Computer Education–and everyone thought it was done in iMovie. But surprise, the panels and buttons were all action buttons and action objects in PowerPoint. Another great way to