The Illinois DEN would like to highlight any educators in Illinois who are blogging about technology and education. We posted a few to get it started. Please let us know of others so we can highlight your work!
Because I am the Media Specialist at Fleming Island High School, I get to work with all my science teachers, and what a great department they are! Discovery Science Connection has been used here since last April, and the science teachers are all talking about it. Lori Triebold, Biology Teacher, says, “I have used it
I vividly remember creating family trees with my kindergarteners. It wasn’t so much that it was a tough assignment, but sometimes it was tough for them to visiualize the connections and how to lay things out. Of course, we never had Kindo! Kindo is a Web 2.0 app for building out a family tree. You
Jesse White is Illinois’ Secretary of State and State Archivist. Most everyone thinks about his department and his job in regards to the DMV. No, that isn’t the Demilitarized Zone, even though many are reminded of one when they are standing in line for hours to get their license updated. Another of his major responsibilities
Don’t forget – this weekend is the Regions 10 and 11 TCEA area conference! If that weren’t enough to get you excited, we’re having a big DEN get-together following the conference at Abuelo’s Mexican Food Embassy! We’ll all try to meet there around 3:30 p.m. to have appetizers and share our “aha!” moments from the
SLolar Central (EduIsland II, 32, 213, 21) is currently accepting applications for residency. KJ Hax and Laelia Laval are committed to providing ***FREE*** temporary (2-month) housing to K-20 educators as they enter the world of SL and learn how to navigate, build, script, and learn all that SL has to offer. In addition, they host events and