TheApple.com : Where Teachers Meet and Learn Tags: education, theapple.com, teaching, community, web2.0, teachers, socialnetworking TubeChop – Chop YouTube Videos Tags: youtube, editing, tools, edit, tubechop Posted from Diigo. The rest of Discovery Educator Network group favorite links are here.
The morning DEN LC was devoted to leadership sessions for state chairs and blog and event coordinators. It was a busy and productive planning session, where you were fortunate to meet with all the coordinators/leaders from all the states (that attended). The blog session, run by Steve Dembo, was excellent, paced for neophyte and novice.
I’ve been trying to participate in the LC Symposiums via googledocs and Mogulus feed. Not quite the same as being there (lucky Rosy, Lillian & Emily), but I learn something anyway. Look for future DEN events to be linked here via google calendar (one of the new tips). Looks like Tim, Judy, Alexa and I
Lee Kolbert – Chair Debbie Young Bohanan – Blog Coordinator Melissa McBride – Events Coordinator (South) Tom Turner – Events Coordinator (North) Blog Team Tracie Belt Marie Coleman Michele Futch Cheryl Watford Cheryl Woolwine Events Team Dawn DeWitt Janet Hallstrom Trudi Lawless Ruth E. Manlandro Carol Papuga Cheryl Woolwine Four of the Florida, DEN Leadership
The DEAN’s List tags: edtech The DEAN’s List Assessment for Learning. Match. Predict. Improve. Posted from Diigo. The rest of my favorite links are here.
Don’t forget!! In order to maintain your STAR status, you must report at least two of your events for the 2008-2009 school year by August 31, 2009. We don’t want anybody to lose their STAR status, so be sure you take the time to let us know about all the times you’ve shared the power
Early kickoff before the real leadership begins.
Well, it’s here! I can already hear the seagulls and detect the faint smell of coconut lotion in the air….That’s right, Summer Break is officially in full swing! That special time of the year that us New Jersey educators try to renew our minds, bodies and our souls. While I hope that the feel of warm
Thanks to the Tennessee and Second Life DEN Leadership Councils for lending their expertise and experience to this breakout session at the Leadership Council Symposium. Here are some resources to get you started: Google Calendar Google Groups Google Docs