Daily Archives: January 15, 2010

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DEN STAR Presentation at TCEA

DEN STAR Presentation at TCEA

Collette Barragan, DEN Star member and Elementary Fine Arts teacher/Technology Integration Professional for Fort Stockton I.S.D. will be presenting the high energy RM Easiteach Dancemat at TCEA. Collette will be giving the audience a first-hand look at the Dancemat and it’s possibilites. She will also be letting the audience dance their way to higher knowledge

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DEN SCIcon Success!

Sixty-four teachers joined the Discovery Educator Network Virtual Science Conference at Finch Elementary in McKinney, Texas. Braving the 11 degree temperatures in Texas, the teachers were provided with some of the most effective strategies for transforming their science classes through the meaningful and effective integration of digital media content. Sessions included ideas from Geocaching to

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Daily Dose of DEN Diigo 01/15/2010

Rain Forest at Night–From National Geographic (Rain Forest) Tags: rainforest, science, rain, forest, habitats, nature, interactive, educational, learning, teaching, technology, images, PLN – By Dean Mantz Brainyflix “We’re running our annual Brainyflix Video Contest starting JANUARY 1, 2010. We’ll be awarding a Grand Prize of $600 to the video that receives the mo\ st number

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The Biggest User

Cindy Lane and Lee Kolbert presented a session on web 2.0 at FETC 2010 called ‘The Biggest User.’ Here is the session description: What Web 2.0 Tools do you use in your classroom? Come and help us decide which tools belong in the “Biggest User.” A wiki will be provided to the audience of this

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Martin Luther King Day – Monday, January 18, 2010

Martin Luther King Day is Monday, January 18th. Since my students just returned to school from their Christmas holiday on Monday the 11th, I didn’t get to do any lessons about this great leader. After meeting with the other 4th grade teachers I work with, we decided to do a black history unit in February.

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