Daily Archives: August 12, 2010

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Read All About it! DEN Stars in the News.

Read All About it! DEN Stars in the News.

DEN Stars in the news!  The Pittsburgh Tribune-Review’s article “Discovery Workshops Offer Hampton Educator High-Tech Collaboration” highlights the accomplishments of our fellow Den Stars; Erin Prosser, Jan Abernethy, Linda Michael, and Tracy Blazosky.  The Summer Institute 2010 at Bentley University this year, hosted by Discovery Education, receives numerous accolades as our stars describe their amazing

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There is still time! Back to School Webinars 2010

Kudos to those that have joined us for our Back to School Webinars.  You are now ready to kick-start the school year prepared with additional content, resources and tools at your fingertips. It’s not too late to join in an exploration of our back to school updates to Discovery Education streaming! We’ll take you behind-the-scenes

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Perseid Meteor Shower Tonight

If you happen to be lucky enough to live outside a major city and have a clear night tonight you might get a chance to experience the Perseid Meteor Shower.  For viewing tips click here.  If you want to integrate the Perseid Meteor Shower into your lessons log into Discovery Education Science and do keyword

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Virtual Conference Inspires Lesson Sharing

The DEN Virtual Conference last April inspired many teachers to integrate technology in their classroom lessons. The  IDEAL Learning Environment* offered teacher participants an opportunity to earn ten PD hours credit after the event by creating a lesson plan to share using the tools from the conference. Laurel, who is a second grade teacher, sent

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2010-11 School Year Underway

As the summer draws to an end, teachers have mixed emotions about the upcoming school year.  Some may feel dread that the summer is over and they did not accomplish all they hoped for, while others are excited about the possibilities of another set of minds to inspire.  Either way, the same questions run through

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