TCEA 2010 Pre-Conference!

Discovery Education and the Texas DEN Leadership Council proudly present a Day of Discovery at the Bob Bullock Texas State History Museum on Tuesday, February 9, 2010.

This Day of Discovery will provide Texas educators and welcomed guests with an exciting and enriching day of professional development focused on creative ways to engage your students using digital media and curriculum resources from Discovery Education. During the day, participants will learn how they can enhance their lessons and student engagement by creating multimedia presentations, digital stories, and virtual field trips!  Breakfast refreshments and lunch will be provided and the day will conclude with prizes and fun (Texas Theater style)!

Discovery’s Day of Discovery has a strong history in Texas, and this day promises to be no exception. Over one hundred teachers from across Texas last year enjoyed the fun opportunities to learn about using media in the classroom.

Registration for this year’s pre-conference is on a first-come first-seated basis. Register now to reserve your place! Go to: http://links.discoveryeducation.com/TCEA2010 to register.

Tuesday, February 9th, 2010 at Bob Bullock Texas State History Museum, Austin. The workshop is 8:30a – 3:30p, with registration starting at 8:00a.

Download the official invitation to share with other teachers!  TCEA2010Invitation.pdf

Comments

  1. Beth Weeks

    It was AWESOME last year!!! I can’t wait!!!

  2. Kristine Rebstock

    One of the best parts of TCEA is this pre-conference event! I learned SO much last year and had SOOOO much fun! Thanks Justin!!!!

  3. Linda Rush

    It’s certainly should be on your calendar! Please attend.

  4. Elaine Plybon

    Even if you aren’t going to TCEA, think about attending this pre-con! You’ll find it to be a day full of new ideas!

  5. Beth Weeks

    Ok.. just want you to know that the picture on this page of the Texas sign.. came from Sherman!!!! I was walking through the museum and saw it and knew the folks that gave it to the museum.. isn’t that cool!!!!

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