Daily Archives: April 17, 2009

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NY DEN Leadership Council Opens It's Doors on Twitter

NY DEN Leadership Council Opens It's Doors on Twitter

Exciting NY DEN LC news to announce.  Technology helps us stay better connected, save time, and become more efficient.  The NY DEN Leadership Council is always looking for better ways to reach this goal.  One new way is to converse in the Twitterverse.  Our new Twitter page can be found at http://twitter.com/NYDENLC.  Here the members

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Help Tell DEN's Story

Note: Copied from Dorman’s Trouvalles The Discovery Educator Network is seeking feedback from educators who have participated in the DEN and/or attended DEN-sponsored events. This survey should take you about 5 minutes to complete. We really appreciate your feedback. Fill out my Wufoo form! If you are a blogger and would like to embed this

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Dear Mr. President

Note: Copied the Pennsylvania DEN Blog (Thanks to RJ Stangerlin) Our friends at Tech4Learning are sponsoring a timely contest–Dear Mr. President. With today’s struggling economies and natural resource questions, the government needs your help. President Obama has named you as his chief student adviser. What issue would you like him to address in the near

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A Day at Lincoln Center

This post isn’t really about technology in the classroom, but it’s an interesting opportunity that I wouldn’t have known about without my robust personal learning network.  So, at the very least, it’s a great example of the incredible resources and interesting opportunities you can experience by staying connected with your peers online. I also have

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heasulli's daily diigo bookmarks 04/17/2009

iPhone/iPod Apps for K-12 tags: edtech These pages includes free or almost free apps for K-12 teachers and students. The list is by no means definitive, but I will add new content as it becomes available. MapAList – Create and Manage Maps of Address Lists a wizard for creating and managing customized Google maps of

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Help Tell the DEN’s Story

The Discovery Educator Network is seeking feedback from educators who have participated in the DEN and/or attended DEN-sponsored events. This survey should take you about 5 minutes to complete. We really appreciate your feedback. If you are a blogger and would like to embed this survey on your blog, click here to copy the iFrame

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Just a reminder

Just a reminder about the upcoming Sweet on Discovery Event in Rogers, Arkansas.  On Saturday April 18th, we will be meeting at Mimi’s Cafe.  We are excited about meeting you and sharing what Discovery Educator can do for you.  Join us for the fun and meet other star members from across the state. 

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Discovery Education Recognized by BESSIE

[Note: Copied from the National Blog] What’s better than winning a 2009 BESSIE Award?  Winning TWO 2009 BESSIE Awards!  Discovery Education Science – Elementary scored a Best Science Web Site for Upper Elementary award for the second year in a row, and Discovery Education streaming won for Best Digital Video Library in the Teacher Tools

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