Daily Archives: May 2, 2007

Day of Discovery Information

Day of Discovery Information

For those of you attending the Day of Discovery, visit www.milwaukee.org for more information of what to do in Milwaukee. There are still some spaces available for registration.  If interested, email brennaje@wauwatosa.k12.wi.us and visit Day of Discovery.   Here are some Hotel Options: Comfort Inn and Suites Downtown Lakefront 916 East State Street 800-328-7275 www.choicehotels.com/hotel/wi138

Drive It Right

Allstate has partnered up with Discovery Education to create the Drive It Right mini-site.  This resource applies to all students driving and riding with other teen drivers.  The site provides resources for educators, teens and parents to raise awareness about safe driving practices. The first 100 people to submit how they will use the information

Drive it Right

We all have a vested interest in making sure our teens are safe drivers.  That’s why Allstate has partnered up with Discovery Education to create the Drive It Right mini-site.  The site has got a ton of resources for you, including safe driving tips, resource guides, a poster to download and some really powerful video

Your map to Web 2.0

Attention Digital Immigrants (you know who you are)!  I know some of you don’t quite feel 100% comfortable with Google Earth or GPS, and prefer the classic comfort of an old fashioned map.  Well, thanks to XKCD, I’ve got just the thing for you. Click on the map to see it larger.  Enjoy!

Survey says . . .

Be sure to check out the DEN National Blog for a link to take a new survey they’ve designed to determine if there is interest in establishing more online DEN events.  If you take the survey, you’ll have a chance to win a Planet Earth DVD, so check it out!

Seats in the Upright Position

I ventured over to the Teacher Center of unitedstreaming this morning and checked out the calendar for today.  (If you haven’t explored the calendar yet, you should!)  I learned that on May 2, 1952, the world’s first jet airliner, the De Haviland Comet 1, made the journey from London to Johannesburg with 36 passengers aboard.