Daily Archives: April 11, 2008

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A two day whirlwind in Bucks County, PA

This week I had the distinct pleasure of visiting Bucks County, PA and do a few presentations. A few? Make that 7 in two days! Between a Day of Discovery for nearly 200 educators, a community night for 80+ parents, and then three high school assemblies, I think I may have met half the county!

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DEN Spring Training: Week 2

As the second week of DEN Spring Training comes to a close, we still see the Mid-Atlantic in the driver’s seat but for how long is the question? The South Region, under the direction of Brad Fountain, cut into the lead and is primed to move into the top spot next week. We caught up

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Better Sound

If you have a DV camcorder that has a jack for an external microphone, you can’t go wrong with this $6.99 mic kit from Geeks.com. Being able to get up close by attaching it to the interviewee or putting it between two people who are talking makes a huge difference in the quality of your

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AUDUBON ZOO GPS TOUR…

Louisiana Discovery Educator Network STAR Educators Event Audubon Zoo – New Orleans, LA Saturday, June 7, 2008 10AM – 3PM GPS Tour of the Zoo – Create digital projects for instructional use Lunch will be provided BYOL (Bring your own laptop) All other materials/equipment will be provided Hosted by: New Orleans area STAR Educators RSVP

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G'bye Dubai, Dunes, & Didactic

Interesting thing about Dubai. In education, we share the visionary talk about conceiving things and then making them happen. In Dubai, there is the physical manifestation of that. They are going bricks and mortar big time. A town (right) that in 1990 was a figment of a royal imagination has become real in less than

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G’bye Dubai, Dunes, & Didactic

Interesting thing about Dubai. In education, we share the visionary talk about conceiving things and then making them happen. In Dubai, there is the physical manifestation of that. They are going bricks and mortar big time. A town (right) that in 1990 was a figment of a royal imagination has become real in less than

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