Archives for May 15, 2008

  1. DonorsChoose a Winner!

    We had a great webinar and Q&A session tonight about DonorsChoose.org.  What an amazing resource for teachers all over the U.S. (yes, FAQ #1 = Teachers in all 50 states can apply).  The reach and impact DonorsChoose has is amazing and I strongly encourage everyone to check it out.  Read a few samples on the […]

  2. Three, two, one… BLAST OFF!

    Get ready to soar NY DEN STARS! We have a limited amount of seats for a private reception and screening for Discovery’s new show When We Left Earth: The NASA Missions’ which details 50 historic years in space on Tuesday evening, May 20th. Jannita attended last week in LA and said without hesitation that it […]

  3. heasulli's daily diigo bookmarks 05/15/2008

    HYmini | miniSOLAR – Green Power Is In Your Hand – MINIWIZ S.E.Dev Ltd. tags: edtech, green, energy Welcome to Twistory tags: edtech, twitter Twistory is a Twitter mashup allowing you to easily subscribe to your backlog using your favorite desktop or web calendar tool. Twistory recently launched during Mobile WebCamp Hasselt (read TechCrunch review) […]

  4. 50 PreK-4 Web Resources

      I posted this on my personal blog but thought you all might be interested as well. Heather B. Blanton an Instructional Technology Resource Teacher from Wise County Public Schools, Virginia sent an email to the VSTE ITRT listserve asking the following question: “If you could pick only one website to share with teachers (preK-4) […]

  5. Stange Days Indeed-

      Background Information: While natural disasters, like the recent Cyclone that hit Burma, are not totally predictable, or preventable, one thing we can certainly all be doing more of is urging people to take environmental concerns, such as global warming, seriously and to make sure that we, ourselves, are responsible stewards of our environment. After […]