NOTE: Copied from the national blog. As requested by hundreds of people (literally), we have now posted the vast majority of the 2008 DE streamathon presentations as archives! If you visit our streamathon page you’ll see that most of the presentations are now hyperlinked. Click on a hyperlink and you will begin to download a
The 2008 DEN Streamathon has come and gone, but all of the great information that was delivered is here to stay! You missed the Streamathon?! Dry those eyes and check out the archives. Here you will find most of the presentations that were given by various members of the DEN team. Topics include: Ways to
Please extend a warm welcome to the New York DEN’s newest STARS! John Blaser Laura Canders Karen Schmid Sal DeAngelo Steve Dunham Leigh Feguer Leslie Schecht for joining us! “Clip art licensed from the Clip Art Gallery on DiscoverySchool.com”
It’s COMING! The K-12 Online Conference invites participation from educators around the world interested in innovative ways Web 2.0 tools and technologies can be used to improve learning. This FREE conference is run by volunteers and open to everyone. The 2008 conference theme is “Amplifying Possibilities”. This year’s conference begins with a pre-conference keynote the
I have been recommending this site for a few teachers around the school lately who want their own websites. In the past we were using publisher because it was the only web developer tool we had already loaded on our computers.With Weebly you can build your own site, upload it to the web, host it
Top News – Tech giants invest in global ed reform tags: edtech Initiatives focus on communication, collaboration, and technology integration Looking to produce their next generation of employees (and customers), technology giants such as Cisco Systems, Intel, and Microsoft are setting their sights beyond just the United States and are investing heavily in global education
What a busy few weeks it’s been! I recently returned from a very fun week of training and Day of Discovery in Anchorage, Alaska! There’s a great write up about the event on the Anchorage School District website, read all about it here.