Archives for May 25, 2010

  1. Explore the Blue: Student-centered webinar on June 4

    The Explore the Blue campaign promotes youth participation in on-the-water activities and aquatic conservation efforts.   Join us on Friday, June 4 at 1 PM ET for a special webinar where we’ll show your students how to build a Terra Aqua Column using recycled materials.  We’ll illustrate the connections between the mini-ecosystem they create and […]

  2. DENny Award 2010 Recognition

    We would like to thank all of our Kansas Discovery Educators and fellow DEN STARS across the country for recognizing the efforts of the Kansas Leadership Council bloggers.  Those bloggers responsible for keeping everyone informed are: Erin Misegadis (Also received an individual DENny Award) Amie Stoffel Mary Frazier Tanya Szanto Dean Mantz (Also received an […]

  3. GaETC Conference 2010

    As the school year winds to a close, and we look forward to summer and next school year,  you may want to take time to get ready for the GaETC conference to be held in Atlanta, GA November 3-5, 2010. Follow the link below to register to take advantage of early bird registration or to […]

  4. Charlotte Geocaching Day

    Thank you to everyone who joined us for the Charlotte Geocaching Day at the US National Whitewater Center.  A special thanks to Dr. Cindy Moss of Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools (CMS) for participating and sharing the experience with fellow educators from across CMS.  The weather was wonderful after our brief rain shower during instructions and teams trekked […]

  5. First Look- Sneak Peek!

    Image via Wikipedia Register for a Discovery Education First Look Webinar Exclusive Sneak Peek of Back to School Updates As a DEN member, you’re always the first to try a new technology, to recommend a website, or to show your colleagues something new.  Now, be the first to get a look at back-to-school updates to […]

  6. Google Collaborative Tools

    Do you use or have you tried Google Docs (word processing, spreadsheets, or presentations), Sites, Gmail, or Calendar? Many educators have found that the best things about using Google Docs, Sites, or Calendar with their students or colleagues are the ability to collaborate and to work from any computer. Teachers are using Google’s offerings for […]