If we want to devote more money to education, one solution is to put more students into the system. Hardworking DEN leader Jannita Demian is doing her part one baby at a time: Today, David Matthew Demian was born, making Jannita and husband Laurian parents for the first time. Matt Monjan reports David to be
Past Sites of Week – George Mason launches online clearinghouse for teachers of American history tags: edtech George Mason University has received a five-year, $7 million grant from the U.S. Department of Education (ED) to build and run an interactive web site that trains the nation’s elementary and high school history teachers in their craft.
One of the things I attended was edubloggercon on Saturday prior to the official start of NECC. Billed as an unconference, it was a little bit different than the structure of NECC. It was a much smaller crowd, although the 200 people that were there was bigger than the 70 people from the year before.
Can you say that three times fast? This week’s Wednesday Workshop was a very informative session led by DEN Guide, Faythe Fouroux, who develops her great class website using WebBlender, an application created by the folks at Tech4Learning. Faythe showed us how easy it is to create a class website using this software. It is