Monthly Archives: April 2007

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Two Nice Moments

This was a nice moment.  I was scheduled to give the opening address at the great MICCA conference (Maryland Instructional Computer Coordinators Association).  The Internet connection wasn’t working so three guys were fiddling, cell-phoning, etc.  One of them was John Hruska, from the Office of Instructional Technology at Anne Arundel county.  Before I spoke, they

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When I Grow Up

I came across this TeacherTube video on Jim Gates’ Tipline blog. What I really like about this video is the student point of view. That is what sets it apart from some of the other TeacherTube/YouTube videos of a similar ilk.

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Tribeca Film Festival-DOUBLETIME

Thanks to the Discovery Educator Network, I was able to join Heather Sullivan, Beverly Plein, and Marti McGrath for the premiere of the Discovery Films documentary, DOUBLETIME.  DOUBLETIME was directed by Stephanie Johnes and tells the story of two internationally competitive jump rope organizations, the Bouncing Bulldogs of Chapel Hill, NC, and the Double Dutch

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Space Week Webinar: Meet the Producer

Join us next Friday, May 4th at 1 PM (EST) for a very special webinar with Allan Butler, producer of The Science Channel’s first ever: Space Week.  Allan is an Executive Producer at Discovery Channel and The Science Channel in Silver Spring, Maryland.  Over the past three years, he has overseen the production of over

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Space Week Webinar: Meet the Producer

Join us next Friday, May 4th at 1 PM (EST) for a very special webinar with Allan Butler, producer of The Science Channel’s first ever: Space Week.  Allan is an Executive Producer at Discovery Channel and The Science Channel in Silver Spring, Maryland.  Over the past three years, he has overseen the production of over

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TN DEN to Meet for Sundown in the City!

Calling all TN DEN members! We are about to launch our first official get-together in East Tennessee.  Thursday, May 3rd, we will meet in Knoxville for the weekly downtown summer concert series, "Sundown in the City." We will meet and greet outside the Preservation Pub on Market Square to the right of the Sundown stage

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Your Input is Requested

Good Morning! Please take a moment to take a survey over at the DEN National Blog and let them know if you plan on attending NECC and if you’d be interested in attending a DEN event. Click here. ‘Stay Tuned and Stay Connected!’

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