Daily Archives: May 22, 2007

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Last EdTechConnect of the year is tomorrow!

Last EdTechConnect of the year is tomorrow!

Tomorrow is going to be the final EdTechConnect of the year.  Hope you can join us to celebrate a year’s worth of webinars and wonderment.  It’s going to be a party, with four different STARs sharing some incredibly innovative ways they’ve integrated technology into their classrooms this year.  Hope you can join us! CLICK HERE

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Wanted, one Blog Chair for Second Life

Based on the high demand, we’re forming a Second Life leadership council to help direct DEN activities there, as well as organize events in SL for STAR’s to get started there.  As of right now we have a Council Chair and Events co-chairs, but we still don’t have a Blog Chair for the Council.  We

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Big things happening in Second Life!

Do you feel a buzz?  If you do, it just might be the flurry of activity that’s happening in Second Life!  After a great meeting last week to talk about what the DEN’s presence in Second Life should look like, we’ve got a fantastic group of STAR’s who have volunteered to take the reigns and

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What is a DEN event?

As you know, STAR Discovery Educators are asked to report at least two events each year in order to maintain their STAR status and all the benefits that come with it.  So, what is an event?  Any time you share the power of Discovery with other educators (3 or more), you are hosting an event.

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Final EdTechConnect of the 06-07 Year

Support our very own VA STAR DEN member at tomorrow’s May 23rd EdTechConnect. This is going to be a fantastic webinar that will be full of learning and feature a VA STAR DEN member.  What more can you ask for? The following members will be giving presentations. Mary Mueller will demonstrate how to improve the

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Looking for Money?

A colleague of mine made me aware of a website where teachers can go to submit small grant proposals for a variety of needs in their classroom.  At Donor’s Choose, you can type up your proposal and then donors can browse those proposals and choose which one(s) they wish to fund.  My colleague received $200

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