If you missed the webinar with Daniel Pink, which was postponed by a day because of airplane issues, you are in luck! You can visit the DEN webinar archives and listen to the entire session! I didn’t get to attend, but from what I hear, it was definitely a good hour spent! While you’re there,
There has really been an avalanche of research regarding the evolving learning profile of the “digital native.” It doesn’t matter whether or not you fully subscribe to all of Prensky’s assertions (as I know some of you don’t), you can’t deny that the technological reality in which our students are immersed (largely outside of school)
In an effort to raise the level of conceptual conversation in my school district, Jeff Moore, Administrative Supervisor for Curriculum & Instruction/ Technology (aka my tech boss), has recently begun sharing some of his thoughts about technology & education. So that we can spread the conversation, he has graciously agreed to let me post them
What a huge week! In the last week, we have launched SIX, yes you heard me right, SIX new Leadership Councils! We couldn’t be more excited to have them on board. Some are launching with hundreds of members already, and others barely have a dozen. So long as theirs a few people who are dedicated
Your DEN Weekly Update for 12-14-07. Enjoy!
Get your keyboards ready, because the vast majority of you reading this blog owe it to yourselves to apply for this award! Every year, Cable in the Classroom hosts the Leaders in Learning Awards. This year, there is a specific category that seems like it was tailor made for STAR Discovery Educators. It’s the “Pushing
Don’t miss the chance to watch the Daniel Pink webinar archive! I was lucky enough to be able to attend & all I can say is WOW! Not only was Daniel, himself, an excellent presenter, but the conversations that abounded in the chat box were amazing- and that’s just the threads I was able to
What a fantastic week for webinars! On Tuesday, Joe Brennan took us on a Next Steps tour of Digital Storytelling, making stops at includes stops at external sound input, the “Ken Burns” effect of moving around a still picture, editing and easy special effects, and a look at the ever popular green screen/chroma key effect.