Reposted from the DEN National Blog We have a variety of networking opportunities planned for our STARs during NSTA’s national conference in Philadelphia, PA (March 17-21). Even if you are not attending NSTA, but are a STAR who wants to join the fun check out these opportunities. Wednesday, March 17 Pre-conference Dinner with our STARs
There’s so much going on in the DEN and Discovery. Here’s your to-do list for the next week. My favorite (since I cannot do the Institute with a baby cria hitting the ground in early June) is Take the Stress out of the Test. Very cool ideas. DEN National Institute: Application Opens Next Friday We
The Discovery Education Team is at CUE, rocking out in the Palm Springs USD building across the street! Come check us out – great stuff being shared. Steve Dembo is speaking right now about Top 10 Web 2.0 sites for Educators – I’m going to do my best to jot down all the sites he
Enjoy the DEN Weekly Update for March 5, 2010.
We have a number of exciting events planned for NSTA in Philadelphia. Please join us for any of the events you are able. We also have numerous workshops around great STEM related partnership programs that I encourage you to learn more about. We look forward to seeing you at NSTA. Evening Events: STAR Dinner
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We have a variety of networking opportunities planned for our STARs during NSTA’s national conference in Philadelphia, PA (March 17-21). Even if you are not attending NSTA, but are a STAR who wants to join the fun check out these opportunities. Wednesday, March 17 Pre-conference Dinner with our STARs City Tavern 5:30-8:00 PM RSVP to
The Maine LC would like to welcome Becky to the Maine Blog Team.We hope to become much more active bloggers! Keep checking on us.
Becky Skilling Hey! Happy Friday! I’m a newbie to this so any suggestions and help would be appreciated. I’m excited to get started.
One way to help your students reduce stress is to practice relaxation techniques. Encourage students to breathe deeply and slowly. They can also tense and relax the muscles throughout their body to reduce stress. Here’s a link to some classroom activities for relaxation. There are four different activities here appropriate for a variety of ages.