There is so much excitement that I could create a page long blog easily. Instead I thought I would share a Google Doc that will help you make the most of your MSET experience.
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Wow what an experience we had here in Sackville, New Brunswick, Canada! View Larger Map I can’t begin to express how welcoming everyone was. The kindness and generosity of our hosts immediately found a way into my heart. Our conference actually started on Friday, April 23rd, when Norval, Liz and Jason took me to the
Lindsay Hopkins, DEN California Team Manager, presented the 1:00 session Connecting Language Learners to the Curriculum live from Oregon. Geared toward learners whose first language is not English, Lindsay’s presentation and resources are excellent for all learners. Contrary to most opinions, research shows that vocabulary should be introduced at one level beyond (NOT below) the
Year by Year: 1900-2010 – Infoplease.com What happened all over the world in a particular year Tags: timeline, history – By Mike Nall Posted from Diigo. The rest of Discovery Educator Network group favorite links are here.
DEN in Ten Lance Rougeux, Discovery Education, Mechanicsburg, PA The Discovery Educator Network (DEN) is a global community of educators passionate about teaching in the 21st century. In this session we’ll explore all of the benefits the DEN offers and take a look at the many events planned for 2010. If you aren’t part of
Rock OUR World! Carol Anne McGuire, STAR Discovery Educator, Anaheim, CA Is global collaboration an educational reality? Or just a buzzword? See how K-12 students have rocked their world by solving real problems while composing music, making movies and learning about each other in live video conferences. What a great time to be an educator!
Connecting Language Learners to the Curriculum through Digital Media Lindsay Hopkins, Discovery Education, Los Angeles, CA With diverse classroom populations, your ability to differentiate feels more important than ever. In this session, explore Discovery Education through the lens of Language Learners and see how digital media and technology can engage and benefit students from all
Cell Phones, Internet and Oprah: How the US Presence in Iraq Has Affected Women’s Lives Christina Asquith, Author of “Sisters in War: A Story of Love, Family and Survival in the New Iraq” What do Muslim women think about America? Journalist Christina Asquith spent five years living and reporting in the Middle East. For her
When You’re Not the Smartest Person in the Room Dean Shareski, Digital Learning Consultant, Prairie South School Division, Moose Jaw, SK, Canada The moment you bring an internet connection into the classroom, you open up you and your students to a vast world of knowledge, possibilities and connections. Many teachers are beginning to realize this