Cheryl Lykowski, a teacher from Monroe, is doing an awesome project. Her classes are connecting with classes from Columbia using technology tools. They videoconference using Skype, use a wiki to post podcasts and resources, and reflect upon their learning experiences using a blog. Cheryl’s class recently visited Lansing to tell Michigan’s legislators about the project.
Hello my NY DEN friends! I was wondering how you were doing. Since we don’t get to chat much, I don’t know too much about you. Please take some time to complete my poll so I know what information you’d like to get from our NYDEN blog. If you’re not too shy, introduce yourself in
DEN in SL is putting out a ‘Call for Presenters’. Here’s your big opportunity to present virtually (imagine how THAT would look on a resume!)! DEN in SL is looking for people to present at their convenience (remember, SL is a 24/7/366 world) on a topic of their choice. If you need help narrowing the
Good thing I have Trish Fuglestad and her art students to keep me from dwelling too much on high school and middle school student video makers. Last year’s 5th graders won a local contest and went on to have their film be shown at an international festival in Naples. This year her 4th grade class