Discovery at FETC 09: The Whole Kit and Kaboodle

fetc 09We’re looking forward to seeing STARs all next week at FETC.  We have a lot lined up for the conference so make sure to take a close look below and join us throughout.

DEN Pre-Conference Event at the Central Florida Zoo – Wednesday, January 21
The details have been sent out to all STARs who registered.  If you have any questions contact me directly (lance_rougeux@discovery.com).

Discovery Educator Ribbons
All STARs makes sure to stop by the booth and/or corporate room (North 220C) to pick up your DE and/or LC ribbon for your conference badge.

STAR Lunch and Learn
All STAR Discovery Educators are invited to stop by the Discovery Education Corporate Room (North 220C) on Friday, January 23 at 12:30 for some good food and even better conversation.

Focus Groups
Join us for a 1-hour focus group session in the Discovery Education corporate room (North 220C) to give us feedback on the direction of our services.

  • Thursday, January 22 at 1:30 PM
  • Friday, January 23 at 9:00 AM
  • Can’t make that time?  Discuss the future in one-on-one feedback sessions scheduled according to your availability throughout the conference.

Space is limited to the first 10 people who sign-up for each session. Sign-up sheets will be available at the DEN pre-conference event, Discovery Education booth and in the Discovery Education corporate room or you can sign up now by posting a comment to the blog (please indicate the day and time you wish to participate).

All participants will receive a copy of When We Left Earth:  The NASA Missions.

Discovery Education Sessions at FETC

Thursday, January 22

11:30-12:25 PM (North 320EF)
Thinking Big as the World Gets Small
Hall Davidson

Friday, January 23

10:35 am – 11:30 am (North 220C)
50 Ways to Integrate Discovery Education Digital Media
Jannita Demian

10:35-11:30 AM (North 320BC)
Seven Tech Tips for Teaching About a Greener Tomorrow
Lance Rougeux

1:50 pm – 2:45 pm (North 220C)
Building Digital Media Projects in Every Classroom
Hall Davidson

3:10 pm – 4:05 pm (North 220C)
Discovery Education and Web 2.0
Steve Dembo

4:30-5:25 PM (North 320EF)
It’s in Your Pocket: Teaching Spectacularly with Cell Phones
Hall Davidson

Saturday, January 24

9:15 am – 10:10 am (North 220C)
50 Ways to Integrate Discovery Education Digital Media
Justin Karkow

9:15-10:10AM (North 230A)
The Top 10 FREE Web 2.0 Sites for Educators
Steve Dembo

11:10 am – 12:05 pm (North 220C)
Are You Smarter than a Fourth Grader?
Judy Martin

12:30 pm – 1:25 pm (North 220C)
Have You Hit Your Growth Spurt? Professional Development from Discovery Education
Steve Dembo

1:50 pm – 2:45 pm (North 220C)
Multimedia Einsteins: Discovery Education Science
Brad Fountain

Download the Discovery Education Presentation Schedule

Comments

  1. Margie

    Lance,
    Is there any plan for DEN to be represented at the Midwest Ed Tech Conference in St. Charles, MO (Jan. 26-28)? How about in the future? Just wondering!

    Hope you have a wonderful time in the Sunshine state. Wish I were there!

  2. Lance Rougeux

    Mike Bryant is your man and he has some good things set up for METC. I just didn’t get them in the weekly today. Next week :)

  3. Lee Kolbert

    I’m looking forward to it! It’s just not a conference without Discovery!

  4. Nathan Guteras

    Thanks for posting the listing of presenters and topics for FETC. I am looking forward to some “cool” adventures with the DEN members. The valuable online learning tools and resources are appreciated by the teachers at my school, as they activate prior knowledge of all our students by engagement and excitement with Discovery Education.

  5. Matt Monjan

    Sending my love to all of my FL peeps. Wish I could be there this year! – Matt

  6. Nancy Keck

    I want to thank all of the “Den Cast” for a fantastic pre-conference FETC event. I’m looking forward to your presentations!!

    Nancy Keck

  7. Nathan Guteras

    FETC 2009 was great . Thanks again for offering such a wide range of topics to support technology and teaching using low cost learning tools. Nathan Guteras

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