This came out on the national blog, but I wanted to post it here to be sure it reached all of the Texas DEN. Discovery Educator Network is going to have a presence at TCEA in Austin next month. There will be pre-conference activities February 5 from 9 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. through a partnership
I heard about Project Playlist at school. My students really like it, so I decided to give it a try over the winter break. When I first pulled up the website, I immediately had a positive feeling because it calls itself a “social music experiment.” As a science teacher, any experiment is intriguing to me
I’m trying to begin the new year with a new blog feature which welcomes new DEN STARS in Texas. I apologize to the many new STARS who signed up last year and who did not get mentioned on the blog. Please know that the Leadership Council are very happy to have you join us, even
Cross-posted on Cliotech. The Post-Gazette in Pittsburgh reported yesterday (January 3, 2008) that the state of Pennsylvania may join 22 other states that have mandatory competency assessments required to graduate from high school. If the plan goes through, next year’s sixth graders would be the first graduating class required to take the state competency exams.
Happy New Year! Your DEN Weekly Update for 1-4-08. Enjoy!
Do you have any plans for lunch on Monday, January 14th? If not, we’d like to treat one STAR Discovery Educator to a nice meal, some good conversation and, oh yeah, the Mythbusters will be there! It could be you. On January 14th we will be hosting a special luncheon with the Mythbusters in Old