As you know, we recently had to cancel the live event planned for SciCon 2010 due to school closures and poor weather conditions. But, we aren’t letting that stop us from having our time of fun! We have scheduled to revisit the SciCon 2010 event in Knoxville on Saturday, January 23rd from 9 AM to
Just before the holidays I wrote a post here about the upcoming Google Teacher Academy for Administrators, and the conversations that had broken out on Twitter and blogs about the offering. I would be remiss if I did not post a link to Mark Wagner’s thoughtful response in his Educational Technology and Life blog which
DEN SCIcon live event was located at Propel Montour School in Pittsburgh. What an amazing day focused on the 3 S’s… Science, Sharing & Socializing! The blustery cold winter weather didn’t keep our attendees from enjoying a day of fun with Discovery Education. Propel (and Joe) as always, were both so accommodating! We had a great
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STEM Survey If you happened to participate either or at an in-person event at the DEN SCIcon 2010 on Saturday, January 9, you will be happy to know that Discovery is working on a variety of new programs related to STEM education and need some feedback from our community. Give Discovery your input and you’ll
Check out this Animoto Video of the NYDEN SCIcon Event at the Discovery Times Exposition in NYC.