Archives for June 16, 2010

  1. Gettingthingsdone

    Forget printing on the iPad. And forget file sharing too, for the moment. What you really want is to retrieve your files and get to work on your iPad.   Until today the only way to do this was to e-mail them to myself or transfer them through iTunes.  And then you’re in format Hell, because […]

  2. Check it out!

    If you are looking for an excellent way to spend your summer while also enhancing your professional teaching and learning, look no further.   Jeff Utecht has completed his first book, Reach, and is offering it as a free download. Don’t miss this great opportunity to learn about building communities and networks for professional development.          […]

  3. Reminder: Deadline to Submit Hands-On CUE Workshop is Tonight

    Greetings, DENners – A last-minute reminder that tonight at midnight is the deadline to submit a Hands-On Workshop for the CUE 2011 Conference, “Ignite, Inspire & Innovate Learning”, March 17-19, in Palm Springs: As a primary Workshop presenter you receive a complimentary conference registration and a stipend.  In an uncertain budget year, presenting is […]

  4. Hey, There’s an App for That!

    Yesterday, Discovery Education hit the iTunes App store with U.S. Geography by Discovery Education. The app is intended for 5th grade students studying U.S. Geography in the classroom, but is enjoyable and informative for people of all ages. Available through the App Store, the U.S. Geography by Discovery Education app offers educators and students videos, […]

  5. Introducing our Canadian DEN Star Sarah Thompson

    Hello! My name is Sarah Thompson and I am a Grade 5/6 teacher at Chief Poundmaker School in central Saskatchewan. I am teaching through my first year in a wonderful community that is very supportive and welcoming. I am very excited that the school is registered with Discovery Education.I became a DEN member after attending […]