Daily Archives: March 9, 2008

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2008 Horizon Report

2008 Horizon Report

The Horizon Report is “a five year qualitative research effort that seeks to identify and describe emerging technologies likely to have a large impact on teaching, learning, or creative expression within learning-focused organizations.” The six technology tools for the future are: Grassroots Video Collaboration Webs Mobile Broadband Data Mashups Collective Intelligence Social Operating Systems Read

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Compete to Become DENs Science Teacher of the Year

I copied Lance Rougeux’s post to the National Blog. Discovery Education’s Young Scientist Challenge has officially launched and this year’s theme is “The Science of Space.” In addition to being to being the premier national science competition for students in grades 5 through 8, this year’s challenge is also open to Discovery Educators. Any Discovery

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This Tuesday, March 11th!!!

I know, I know…we normally do workshops on Wednesdays, but we are an EXTREMELY accomodating group and if one of our members is willing to do a workshop, then heck, we’ll do it whenever!  So this Tuesday, we’re thrilled to be able to offer a workshop entitled, ‘Professional Learning Communities in Second Life…REALLY?’ by our

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Save the Short Story

Recently, I took a look back at my notes from Dan Pink’s A Whole New Mind & instantly honed in on his thoughts about Storytelling: “The Conceptual Age can remind us what has always been true but rarely been acted upon- we must listen to each other’s stories and that we are each the authors

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