Archives for May, 2008

  1. Mark Your Calendars – June Events

    Can you believe it?!?!  Tomorrow is June 1st!  I know that some of us are already on summer ‘time’ (don’t like to call it ‘vacation’ since most of us ‘work’ during the summer! LOL), others are about to, and yet others (like myself) have a WHOLE month to go before we reach that time! In […]

  2. Read a Blog, Win a Prize

    One of the blogs I follow regularly is Merl Evans’ Meryl.Net.  While she is celebrating 8 years of blogging, I’m really only celebrating several months of following! I know how much DEN members love a party, so I thought I’d mention that Meryl is throwing one.  In celebration of the last 8 years, she is […]

  3. Adoptic: Let's do some sharing

    One of the biggest challenges new bloggers face is finding an audience. It’s easy to say, “If you write it, they will come” but the reality is it just isn’t that simple. Everybody wants an audience. If you’re going to be putting the time in, you want your work to be seen. One of my […]

  4. Adoptic: Let’s do some sharing

    One of the biggest challenges new bloggers face is finding an audience. It’s easy to say, “If you write it, they will come” but the reality is it just isn’t that simple. Everybody wants an audience. If you’re going to be putting the time in, you want your work to be seen. One of my […]

  5. DE/3M YSC: Exclusive Webinar with the Mythbusters!

    Have you ever wondered where the Mythbusters get their myths to test?  Or would you like to know a few myths they were not allowed to test?  Well, here’s your chance.   If you and/or your student(s) participate in this year’s DE/3M Young Scientist Challenge you will be given a special invitation to participate in an exclusive webinar with […]

  6. Newest House On The Block

    Over the year’s I’ve posted PowerPoint presentations, Word Docs, and more on the streaming A-Z blog but found that they can be hard to find the more I post. So that said, I have created the Bird House page to post resources that I have created or collected from my tech friends. I’ll try to […]

  7. Discovery Connect: When We Left Earth, The NASA Missions

    What a way to end the year, teaching and learning with our students in a national virtual premiere from Discovery Education.  And what a year it has been, with Discovery’s history making Virtual Conference in February.  Continuing to shape the future in the communications industry, Discovery Education launches the Virtual Premiere, a must-attend end-of-year-event.  Copied […]

  8. Upcoming Deadlines!

    Okay, first of all, I cannot believe it has been two weeks since I posted to this blog! It seems like when the school year starts to wind down, everything ramps up and guess what gets set aside? That’s right . . . everything we enjoy! I wanted to be sure to make everyone aware […]

  9. A Stellar Success!!

    The Jet Propulsion Laboratory was hopping on Sunday night after the Phoenix Mars Lander successfully landed on the polar ice cap of Mars. STAR Discovery Educators and AZ Leadership Council members Darcy White, Diana Laufenburg, Allison Oswald-Keene and I were honored to represent the DEN at the JPL as history was made 422 million miles […]

  10. Animal Planet Reception with Jeff Corwin

    Tomorrow night (May 30) in Philadelphia there is a special kick off reception to the Animal Planet Expo tour and I am looking for some STARs to join us.  The reception will take place in downtown Philly from 6-8 pm and will feature Jeff Corwin.  If you are interested, post a comment TODAY that includes your […]

  11. Surfing Timelines with Dipity

    Thanks to Mike for sharing this one with me today. I’ve played around with many a Timeline creator, but this one truly seems to stand out. Dipity.com can serve as a traditional timeliner, and it will work well, but it can also become your FriendFeed with benefits. The basic view is exactly what you’d expect. […]