Daily Archives: June 4, 2008

You wanted more videos…you got more videos!!!

You wanted more videos…you got more videos!!!

Have you heard?????  This week Discovery Education announced the beginning of an initiative to expand their extensive media library of its premier product:  Discovery Education streaming. By the end of 2008, Discovery Education will grow Discovery Education streaming’s digital library, already the largest digital media library available to educators anywhere, to more than 5,000 videos, an

Day of Discovery in Brentwood, TN

We have finalized the plans for a June “Day of Discovery” at Woodland Middle School (thanks to Principal Fizer and her staff) in Brentwood, TN on Friday, June 20th. Our Day of Discovery is being held in conjunction with the Tennessee Association of Middle Schools (TAMS) state conference at the Cool Springs Marriott. TAMS has

heasulli's daily diigo bookmarks 06/04/2008

Revision3 – The TV Network for the Internet Generation tags: edtech, tv, media, news Home of systm, diggnation, thebroken, and infected vidcasts. – post by tsangal Revision3 is the first media company that gets it, born from the Internet, on-demand generation. Unlike aggregators, mash-ups, clients and web sites, Revision3 is an actual TV network for

Minneapolis Day of Discovery

Hello Minneapolis and St. Paul!I’d like to invite you to join Discovery Education for an engaging, technology-infused, professional development day focused on creative ways to use digital media in the classroom. Learn techniques to inspire your students and maximize the resources from Discovery Education streaming.  Leave with projects in-hand for your class and a network

Live From The Field Fellowship

Earthwatch Institute is offering Live From the Field Fellowships to K-12 educators. The program has become so popular that they have received additional funding to add another 40 educator fellows each year for the next three years! Here’s the overview (from the Earthwatch Institute website): “Live from the Field Overview Live From the Field fellows