What a day we had in Western Maryland! On Tuesday, March 4, 2008, Lance Rougeux – Director of the Discovery Educator Network and or Mr. Pennsylvania – your call, Dennis Swain – DEN Account Manager for the North East, Alex Morrison – Director of Sales, Mid-Atlantic, and I had the chance to meet, interact, and
You DEN Weekly Update for March 7, 2008. Enjoy!
Have you seen Discovery Channel’s latest hit – Human Body: Pushing the Limits? It’s a series that blends extraordinary computer imagery and real-world stories to reveal how our bodies perform. The even better news is that these programs and their core concepts clips are available in DE streaming Plus and DE Science for Middle School.
The LIVE GREEN Teacher Grant program, a Discovery Education program presented by General Motors, challenges middle school teachers to develop innovative ideas for furthering environmental and energy sustainability. Teachers will identify an issue or problem, create a plan to address it, and integrate the topic into classroom teaching. Earn a $1,000 LIVE GREEN grant –
MHz Education and The Documentary Center at the George Washington University’s international Shortie Awards Student Film & News Festival deadline is now April 11th. There are three age categories: 7-10 Years (2nd – 5th Grade), 11-14 Years (6th – 8th Grade), 15-18 Years (9th-12thGrade), and what makes this celebration a bit different – a Teacher-Created
The Michigan DEN got together for an evening of fun and networking last night. There were over 80 people from all over the state of Michigan there. Our goal is to increase the number of STAR DEN members. Click here to apply! Summer institute dates were announced and we saw the new Discovery Science (free