A successful event caches in on people in the backstory who make everything run smoothly. Let’s begin with the administration at Discovery, the creative genius and the economic support for the first-ever DEN National Geocaching Day on May 30. Follow that with Intermediate Unit 21 and my go-to guy, former fellow district teacher, STAR, and
That’s right – there are only two days left before the big reveal party at the DEN in SL headquarters (2DP), where we find out “whodunit” in the IDiscover Sleuthing game! A source close to the investigation has revealed that one SLeuth has already guessed the correct culprit! Could it be you? Have you not
The lights are out, the students are gone, and except for the construction going on outside our west wing classrooms, it’s a quiet countdown to tomorrow–last day of school for teachers in our district. For some of you, vacation has already begun; for us, with the benefit of winter snow days, we are just ending
Thank you to all the wonderful college and university students who are spending their summer working with middle school students in the Lehigh Valley Summerbidge program. I applaud your commitment to learning and to your community. Click here to log into Discovery Education. Here are some resources that will be helpful in your use of
Growing our Leadership Council for DEN netted some great new PA people to add to the original team. We are grateful to the following team that will strive to bring innovation, creativity, and collaboration to leadership, blogging, and event planning. Here’s your Pennsylvania LC for 2009-2010: Meg Griffin – Chair RJ Stangherlin – Blog Coordinator
USATODAY.com feature Tags: spacestation, timeline, space, usatoday, science, construction, NASA, education, technology, web_2.0, images, PLN, classroom, learning, PLC Follow the timeline as the International Space Station is constructed. – By Dean Mantz Posted from Diigo. The rest of Discovery Educator Network group favorite links are here.