Daily Archives: October 9, 2009

October Updates from the DEN

EdTech 2009 It’s almost time for SC EdTech! Join some of your closest DEN friends and discover new ways to integrate technology and education. If you’re attending or presenting leave a comment below and let us know! DEN Virtual Conference:Tech-or-Treat Join thousands of educators online as the DEN team goes house to house to explore

2009 Fall Virtual Conference

Anyone interested in attending an incredible day of professional development should make sure to sign up for the fall virtual conference. There will be some amazing presentations to virtually attend. To check out the list of presentations click HERE. To sign up for the Cedar Rapids virtual conference and partake in some refreshments and peer interaction

Virtual Conference -Oct 24

The MD and VA LCs are joining forces at the virtual conference on Oct 24th.  Sessions will run all day at 1DP in Silver Spring and 2DP in Second Life. Register NOW!  Worried about joining us in Second Life?  Even though my hair keeps flying off, I find SL to be the best PD on

Daily Dose of DEN Diigo 10/09/2009

The Best Digital Storytelling Resources | Larry Ferlazzo’s Websites of the Day… Tags: digitalstorytelling, storytelling, digital_storytelling, resources, digital, writing, ferlazzo, digital storytelling – By Dean Mantz Larry Ferlazzo The Best Digital Storytelling Resources Inside the mind of Herta Muller, 2009 Nobel Prize winner This article discusses Herta Muller’s personal life before she became a published


This week alone we have had four new STAR Discovery Educators join us and the KS Leadership Council wants to make sure you all know about it. The newest educators to become DE STAR Educators from Kansas are: Christi Honse Chris Kemp Kerry Lumpkins Jolie Plumlee   Please join the LC in welcoming them and

2009 3M Young Scientist Challenge Winner Announced

Marina Dimitrov, an eighth-grader in Bozeman, Mont., who showcased innovation and creativity in a series of scientific contests, including the removal of graffiti from replicas of New York City icons, was named America’s Top Young Scientist in the 2009 Discovery Education 3M Young Scientist Challenge. A student at Sacajawea Middle School, Marina receives $50,000 in