Web Tool of the Week #11: http://blabberize.com/ What better way to get your students’ attention then with a web tool that’s silly & seemingly pointless? That’s what Blabberize.com is all about. And I love it. Upload photos or images of people, places, or everyone’s favorite…cute animals! Trace around the mouth on
16th Annual NICE-Mini Conference When: Saturday January 30th 8:00-1:00 Where: Adlai E. Stevenson High School, Lincolnshire, IL Cost: $5 payable at the door For information click here.
ICE Conference 2010 Registration is now open for ICE Conference 2010 to be held at Pheasant Run Resort and Conference Center on February 23-26, 2010! Click here for more information or to register.
On Wednesday, March 3rd and 10th, at 5 p.m. SLT (7 p.m. CST, 8 p.m. EST) the New York DEN and the DEN in Second Life will be co-hosting a book talk on Dr. Ken Robinson’s book, The Element: How Finding Your Passion Changes Everything. I first heard (and heard of) Sir Robinson at the
Dialogue, Data, Direction – Second Life The Discovery Educator Network and ISTE in SL are trying to figure out how to revitalize Second Life for education. Please help us decide on a direction. The results of this data will be discussed at an ISTE/DEN SL Event on Thursday, January 28th from 6 p.m. -7 p.m.
My nephew in Germany e-mailed me about Leo LaPorte and his podcasts that focus on all aspects of technology. He accepts calls on his radio program. You might want to check out his podcasts on iTunes.
DEN announces the first class of DEN Gurus. Over the past few months the great folks at DEN have been reviewing the applications for the inaugural class of DEN Gurus. They had a vast talent pool from which to select, but they were finally able to select the winners. · Traci Blazosky Creative Construction with Multimedia Clarion Area School District, PA · Tim
Have you made the move to the cloud? Is your email up on Google? Are your pictures up on Flickr? Are your most important thoughts on Blogger or Word Press? Have you ever considered what would happen to that data if the service you were using went under, gets gobbled up by a competitor, has
Steve Dembo in the past has written about becoming a rock star whether it is your own blog or presenting at conferences. I actually heard talk about at the DEN’s National Institute a couple years ago and the whole topic interested me. Not so much the rock star part, but the idea of sharing what you know
When Discovery Communications launched the DEN, it grew exponentially. Teachers across the nation joined and their students benefited from the resources, opportunities, and professional development that the DEN offered. As the numbers grew, Discovered tiered membership. It began with becoming a DEN STAR. Next came Leadership Council or LC, comprised of STARS who organize and