Archives for October 2, 2008

  1. All Hands On Deck!

      Calling all sea-faring Stars.  We’re back at it again – this time catching stars for some really cool prizes.  As you may have read on super cool blog sites like the PA DEN Blog, the DEN fleet has left the harbor and is looking for a bountiful fall harvest of STARs from all around […]

  2. Streamathon

    If you missed the streamathon on September 23rd, you don’t have to have missed out.  You can now sit back and enjoy at your convenience the different events that took place during the day, by logging into the Streamathon Archive.  Don’t let this one get away!  They were all great events!  I heard reports from […]

  3. NY DEN – part of the national pack

    The New York DEN may be from New York State but we try to support, grow with, and learn from other educators and DEN members.  Our colleagues in New Jersey are asking for our help.  One of their leadership council members, Bev Plein is in the middle of an election project with her students.  They […]

  4. DENliest Catch ‘08

    The DEN fleet has left the harbor and is looking for a bountiful fall harvest of STARs from all around the country.  It’s a short season and the six DEN captains need your help catching new STARs. If you recruit a new STAR by December 1, 2008 and report your catch, you can pick from the […]

  5. Election Survey- Please Respond!

    OK Folks- time to help out our NJ DEN LC leader! One of the video classes in Bev Plein’s school is doing a project about people’s thoughts on the upcoming Presidential Election and they are trying to gather some data. That’s where we come in They have created a short survey that should take just […]

  6. Green Light Contest

    PC Mall Gov, along with Hewlett-Packard, InFocus, and T.H.E. Journal is sponsoring a contest that encourages middle and high school students to move towards a greener future. It is an essay contest entitled “Green Light”. Students in grades 5-12 (in two categories, 5-8 and 9-12), will submit essays of 1,000 words or less describing how […]