Daily Archives: February 1, 2010

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Go for the Gold

Go for the Gold

The Olympics are right around the corner and before we know it, will be gone.  About 8 years ago, when I was a classroom teacher, we celebrated the Olympic games.  Students could earn a medal based on how many pages they read, the number of math facts they completed, and a few other academic challenges.

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Digital Nation on PBS

PBS’s Frontline premiers “Digtal Nation” tomorrow night on its broadcast stations. The program and some great additional resources are available on the companion website. It promises to be a provocative look at our always on, always wired world. Check it out on air, or online! Many thanks to the wonderful Nancy Hovorka for forwarding the

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Top 5 Ways to Use Streaming… with Groundhog Day Tomorrow morning another Groundhog Day will be upon us.   While I know many of you may be lax in celebrating the historic day, this year will be different.  Tomorrow morning, we’ll be doing Groundhog Day “DEN Style”.  Right here on this blog, we’ll be doing a

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Daily Dose of DEN Diigo 02/01/2010

Kubbu – Make Educational Games, Online Activities and Quizzes Tags: quizzes, kubbu, teaching, flash, tools, activities, web2.0, interactive, education, Resources, learning, PLN, PLC, technology – By Dean Mantz Siemens STEM at DEN Science, technology, engineering and math resources Tags: Math, Science, Engineering, Technology, Resources, DEN, Lesson-Plans – By Clif Mims iPad. In the Home. At

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METC

METC is a week away and I’m excited about getting together with everyone again. We have two things going on during METC. First, is an opportunity to present during one of our concurrent sessions. We are looking for 3-4 presenters to simply talk about how they or they’re students have used digital media in the

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