Monthly Archives: May 2010

Take a look, y'all! (Geocaching in Charleston)

Take a look, y'all! (Geocaching in Charleston)

If you didn’t get to make it out to the SC DEN day of Geocaching in downtown Charleston, we’ve got some pictures to share! Thanks so much to the DEN members who joined us on May 22nd, and to those who shared their photos. We can’t wait to see what’s in store for next year.

DENny 2010 Award Winners!

Tuesday evening the Discovery Educator Network held its second annual DENny awards to recognize outstanding contributions to the DEN.  The Connecticut DEN Leadership Council received an award for having one of the most outstanding blogs. We would like to thank all of our Connecticut Discovery Educators and fellow DEN STARS across the country for recognizing the efforts of

Daily Dose of DEN Diigo 05/27/2010

Gapminder: Unveiling the beauty of statistics for a fact based world view. – Tags: statistics, visualization, data Creative writing activities for kids, teachers and parents by Bruce Van Patter Tags: writing, literacy, creative_writing, storytelling, story_starters – Critical Thinking Model 1 Tags: no_tag – By JULIE ROACH Into the Book: Student Login Tags: reading,

Steve Dembo..Mr. Internet?

Lloyd Roche, organizer of the Evergreen School Division’s Riding the Wave of Change technology conference chats with keynote speakers Shann McGrail and Steve Dembo. (picture by Roger Newman) I had the pleasure of hearing Steve Dembo’s keynote at the Ride the Change Technology Conference in Gimli, Manitoba Canada. Steve blew everyone away and the conference

Spotlight on the Gulf Spill with Philippe Cousteau

Spotlight on the Gulf Spill,How it Affects Us Now and in the Future.Questions, Answers and More Uncertainty.Wednesday, June 2, 20101:00PM ETJoin Philippe Cousteau, grandson of the legendary Jacques Cousteau and Discovery Education Chief Spokesperson for Environmental Education, as he takes you and your students to the Gulf through pictures and stories from his recent trip