Daily Archives: January 17, 2008

DEN-Virtual Conference…Greatest Virtual and Live Event In the South

DEN-Virtual Conference…Greatest Virtual and Live Event In the South

Two great Louisiana locations and one great Discovery Education Network Virtual Conference on February 2nd! Don’t miss out! Louisiana is fortunate enough to host two “Live” conferences including awesome keynotes speakers and breakout sessions. If you live in North Louisiana you can attend the “Live” conference at Northwood High School in Shreveport and if you


              I want to share with you a really cool resource available to you for free over the Internet. If you have ever used GIS software before you should be fully aware of the power it has in teaching due to the vast amount of information at your fingertips. If

Why I think the DEN Virtual Conference is important & what it means to me to participate:

First of all, it’s FREE! And, like many other events in the emerging field of online professional development, the conference will be run by VOLUNTEERS! These volunteers are educators who have decided to take hold of the reigns of professional development and become masters of their own destiny- and help provide the tools for their

Enjoy the Ambiance

I teach elementary school (there, I said it. Please don’t judge me 🙂 ) In my classroom, I like to use quiet music in the background when students are working. I know a lot of teachers find the value in a peaceful work environment and students working quietly to the sound of Enya (or something

Alabama DEN wants new members!

We know there are some wonderful teachers in Alabama and we want you to join with us.  Just go to this page and watch the short video about the benefits of joining.  Then click on the link at the bottom and complete the registration.  Please note, you do need to be logged in in order

Light, Liberty and Flickr

The Library of Congress has recently made a huge step in embracing such Web 2.0 concepts such as creativity, collaboration and sharing between users.In an effort to provide better access to their collections, while symbiotically harvesting more information about those collections, the Library of Congress has created a Flickr page to host copyright-free pictures: Out