It's Not Easy Being Green…Or is it?

You don’t have to be Irish to find gold…our SC DEN is bringing you a golden opportunity!

Starting tomorrow and continuing until Friday, March 19, ETV kicks off their free technology workshops in Columbia for educators throughout SC. As soon as you arrive, don’t forget to check-in for your goodies and let everyone know you’re ready to grow and learn with some of the state’s brightest educational leaders. Some of our very own DEN STARS are presenting, so you won’t want to miss out! Sessions include a variety of technology integration ideas, but most importantly, you get the chance to meet and greet with your peers from districts, universities, and private institutions across the great Palmetto State.

For those who have already registered, be prepared to “Discover Green” with the SC DEN Leadership Council tomorrow evening. This isn’t about leprechauns and pots of gold, though. The SC LC has teamed up with SC ETV and Discovery Education to bring you Animal Planet’s very own, Philippe Cousteau, Jr.! We’ve been inspired by Mr. Cousteau to GO GREEN! Come prepared to share some of your best ideas on how to “be green” and help your planet. And if you aren’t ready to share, be ready to make some great changes once you hear what fellow DEN members have to say about going green for a very good cause…namely, this place we call home.

We are less than 24 hours away from some VERY exciting stuff from the SC DEN, ETV, and Discovery Education!

Comments

  1. Judy Wright

    I attended Justin Karkow’presentation on the Top 10 Web 2.0 internet tools for the classroom. The presentation was awesome. He did not give any handouts and I agree with supporting our earth, but the website he gave that included all of the tools was left at he etv workshop site. Will you please offer this wealth of information on line or email me the website. I wanted to start immediately preparing lessons from these sites. Thank you

  2. Jessica Donaldson

    Hey, Judy! We’re looking into this for you & will post that information as soon as we can. Hang tight!

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