Daily Archives: April 28, 2010

DEN Event: Hopkins High Prom at Davidson Hall

DEN Event: Hopkins High Prom at Davidson Hall

An Ode to the 80s: Let’s go back to the days of metal bands and big hair Find some leg warmers, muscle shirts, leggings, or prom attire to wear With PETREE in the house the music is sure to be great You are welcome to bring a friend or even a date Guys will be

Sacramento Area Educators: Join us for a Day of Discovery!

Sacramento Area Educators Discovery Education invites you to A Day of Discovery To register, go to: http://links.discoveryeducation.com/SacDOD2010 When:  Saturday, May 22, 2010 9 AM – 3:30 PM Check-in begins at 8:30 AM Where:  Joseph Sims Elementary School 3033 Buckminster Drive, Elk Grove, CA 95758 Cost: FREE! Dive into digital media with Discovery Education to build

Daily Dose of DEN Diigo 04/28/2010

Check for Plagiarism On the Web For Free – PlagiarismChecker.com Plagiarism checker-free Tags: plagiarism, writing, research – By Gail Braddock SortFix – Improve your Search Tags: search, searchengine, web2.0, sortfix, tools, technology, google, search engines TitanPad TitanPad is essentially a clone of the original EtherPad. With TitanPad anyone can instantly create a collaborative document. You

Past event reviews…future event reminders

Four f2f sites in Arizona recently hosted the DEN National (global actually!) Virtual Conference on Saturday, April 24th. Participants attended at Cartwright, Deer Valley, Flagstaff and Snowflake. If you missed the event, or wanted a review from a session you particularly enjoyed, the following links may be helpful. http://blog.discoveryeducation.com/spring-virtual-conference-2010/  Scroll to the bottom of the

Rumsey Historical Maps with Google Earth

Google Earth is a sophisticated imaging tool that can be used quite powerfully when teaching history. The visual perspective can illuminate a viewpoint not easy to convey through words. Maureen Festi shared how to use the Rumsey Historical Maps in Google Earth at the April 27th Teaching American History session. David Rumsey has made his