Daily Archives: February 4, 2009

Fun Links

Fun Links

 If you haven’t had the opportunity to see the Palm Breeze Café link…. then you must take a look. They have simplified finding some great resources by putting links in one location. In the hot links section you will find Wordle, Zamzar and my favorite Bubble Comment. You’ll also like the links under hot stuff,

Your Help is Requested

If you’ve been with the DEN for only a month, or if you’ve been with the DEN for only a year, or if you’ve been with the DEN for longer, chances are you know or have heard of Jennifer Dorman.  She’s posted a ‘call for assistance’ on the Pennsylvania state blog and the DEN in

We’re Gearing Up for CUE!

Don’t Miss Your Discovery Education Team at the CUE Conference! Planning on Attending CUE? It’s not too late to register! (www.cue.org). Mail in registration closes February 6th, 2009 and Online registration closes February 13th, 2009. On the registration from, don’t forget to check the box DEN Communication. Back by Popular demand and not to be

Teaching the Civil War with DE streaming

How do Wisconsin educators use DE Streaming when teaching the Civil War?  Jennifer Dorman (Pennsylvania DEN) has set up  a Google Form (below) to get your input.  When completed, Jennifer will compile and post the results.  Even if you don’t teach the Civil War, but have ideas for how it could be done, make sure to include your

DEN Diigo Group Bookmarks 02/04/2009

RANDOM.ORG – True Random Number Service via @ElizabethHolmes Tags: random, math, generator, tools, numbers, coin, education, generators, probability Doodle 4 Google Tags: contest, google, art, schools, education, students, for:edtechtalk Watch Online | Top Documentary Films Tags: documentary, video, education, learning, documentaries, network Artsjunktion MB – Recycling treasures for students, teachers and artists Tags: art, junk,

Using DE survey

Jennifer Dorman from the Pennsylvania DEN is conducting a survey to see how teachers use DE’s resources for teaching the Civil War. Do you use one of the over 360 resources on DE for teaching the Civil War in your classroom? Or do you know another teacher who uses them? You can use the form