Monthly Archives: June 2007

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Day of Discovery in Knoxville

On Thursday (tomorrow by today’s standards), the TN Leadership Council will host our first Day of Discovery in Knoxville, TN.  We have 30 excited teachers anxiously awaiting the doors to open and qualify for some of the best training anywhere (and door prizes).  That’s great news!  But even greater news is that we have 35

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NECC Day 3

     The day started with a great deal of nostalgia for me. Roger Wagner and his flagship program, HyperStudio, were the biggest reason I morphed from Spanish teacher into certifiable multimedia maniac. So when I bumped into him on Monday and he invited me to breakfast for the official announcement of HyperStudio, which he

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Experiencing Webinar Withdrawal?

So, you’re in summer mode . . . the classroom is a hazy memory . . . images of beaches, vacations, and family time drift before your eyes . . . BUT, you still feel the inexorable pull of the computer and collegial dialogue.  If you are experiencing webinar withdrawal, DEN has put together an

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Wish You Were Here

I keep hearing from teachers who are building some amazing affinity networks at NECC.  Lucky for the rest of us, they are also inviting us in through their blogs and wikis.  Chris Champion shared his NECCAtlanta wiki where he is keeping all of his notes. Kristin Hokanson continues to blog prolifically on her Connected Classroom

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DEN Takes NECC By Storm

We began our day at NECC on Monday with a hunt for Bill Goodwin.  Getting his business card entered us in a drawing at dinner. After that, Teryl and I headed off to the exhibit area in earnest.  We walked every square inch of the floor, looked at every booth, talked to some vendors, picked

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Exciting News from CoSN

Exciting News from CoSN (Consortium for School Networking) CoSN is pleased to announce the formation of a new state chapter in Pennsylvania. This seventh CoSN chapter was formed through a strategic alliance with the Pennsylvania Association for Educational Communications and Technology (PAECT).  View Press Release.

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