Daily Archives: March 30, 2010

Mystic Seaport Educator's Weekend

On April 10th and 11th, the Mystic Seaport: Museum of America and the Seas is having an Educator’s Weekend.  From 9 -5 each day, educators and their families are admitted for free to check out the venue for possible field trips.  What a great way to take your family on an outing and learn about

SUNY Conference on Instructional Technologies

Registration is now open for the 19th Annual Conference on Instructional Technologies (CIT 2010).  SUNY CIT brings together faculty and instructional support professionals, providing them with an opportunity to share experiences and expertise, discuss common problems, brainstorm solutions, and explore innovative avenues for improving the learning environment with technology. The conference theme is Classroom, Continents

DEN Spring Virtual Conference

We are preparing for the 2010 Spring Virtual Conference.  There are two great ways to attend the Spring Virtual Conference.  The easiest way is to simply logon anytime between 8AM and 4PM EST and enjoy the presentations from the comfort of your home and nearest beach.  The second way allows you to share the experience

Daily Dose of DEN Diigo 03/30/2010

Engineer Your Life “Welcome to Engineer Your Life, a guide to engineering careers for high school girls! Imagine what life would be like without pollution controls to preserve the environment, life-saving medical equipment, or low-cost building materials for fighting global poverty. All this takes engineering. In very real and concrete ways, women who become engineers

The King of Creativity Today

 An extremely endearing and charming speaker and idea man.  Please don’t miss this interview and any other chance you have to enjoy the company of Sir Ken Robinson’s creativity.  From Steve Hargadon http://www.stevehargadon.com/2010/03/live-and-interactive-with-sir-ken.html Live and Interactive with Sir Ken Robinson Join me for a live and interactive interview with Sir Ken Robinson, author of The Element:  How Finding

The Future, Now

I was leafing through the book The Fall of Reach, by Eric Nylund the other day, and I gotta tell you it was pretty scary. The story exists to explain the video game Halo, where aliens (who by the way have the better weapons) and humans endlessly shoot each other with impossibly infinite supplies of