Daily Archives: March 25, 2010

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Take the Lead with the DEN Leadership Councils 2010-2011

Take the Lead with the DEN Leadership Councils 2010-2011

As we approach the DEN’s fifth birthday it is very easy to see that the community is stronger than ever.  And it’s not because of us.  It’s because of you.  There are many ways to participate in the community from being a DEN member online to an active STAR to our latest level, DEN Guru. 

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Tackling Test Stress Tip 18: Play Games

After testing, consider setting up several centers for board games to be played. One of my family’s favorite games is actually a math game. Shut the Box can help students build fluency with addition facts and fact families. It is also fun for all ages! (My elderly parents play it to keep their minds young.)

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Tackling Test Stress Tip 18: Play Games

After testing, consider setting up several centers for board games to be played. One of my family’s favorite games is actually a math game. Shut the Box can help students build fluency with addition facts and fact families. It is also fun for all ages! (My elderly parents play it to keep their minds young.)

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Word Processing Edit Help

The Fall 2009 issue of On Cue, the Journal of the Massachusetts Computer Using Educators, has a great article about some of the features that word processing has to help students with editing.  The article is titled “Using Technology to Empower Students as Editors:  Developing a Proofreading System with Hidden Features in Word Processors.” The

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Daily Dose of DEN Diigo 03/25/2010

ShelSilverstein.com – the Official Site for Kids – Choose Speed Tags: poetry, literature, Authors, shelsilverstein, silverstein, writing, teaching, kids Historical Thinking Matters: home page Tags: historicalthinking, primarysources, web2.0 Compfight | A Flickr™ Search Tool Tags: flickr, creativecommons, photography, image_search, digital_images Windows Movie Maker Tags: MOVIEMAKER, movie_maker, tutorial World Savvy: Global Educators Program Tags: worldhistory, professionaldevelopment,

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Fast Company Publication Recognizes Discovery Education Science

Recently Fast Company, a publication “focusing on the most creative individuals sparking change in the marketplace” recognized Discovery Education Science as one of the of “the coolest devices, sites, and apps for kids to log on and learn”.  Here is what they had to say about Discovery Education Science: “students can “learn science as scientists.”

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