Daily Archives: September 21, 2010

September 25th – Check Out World Maker Faire

September 25th – Check Out World Maker Faire

Yes, that would be ‘Faire’ (with an ‘e’).  Regardless, you might be interested in the upcoming (YIKES! THIS SATURDAY!) event at the New York Hall of Science in Flushing Meadows Corona Park in Queens.  The Hall of Science is a hands-on science and technology center with over 400 exhibits.  WOW! (That’s A LOT of exhibits!)This

Fall Virtual Conference Schedule Posted

Check back to the Georgia blog in the next few weeks for information about the in-person locations for the Virtual Conference. Saturday, October 23, 2010 9AM to 3 PM ET Cost: FREE Register for the virtual sessions.  OR Attend an in-person event (coming soon!) Join thousands of educators online and in-person as the DEN team

Technology Brainstorm

As we begin a new school year, let’s share some ways that we incorporate technology into our classrooms. I  am currently using technology in a variety of ways in my Reading classes, and would love to hear about what others are doing! Here are some of the tools I am currently using, as well as a few additional

Arctic National Wildlife Refuge

On Monday, October 18th schools across the country will be celebrating 50 days until the 50th anniversary of the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge in the far northeastern corner of Alaska by flying kites (mark your calendar for the Refuge’s anniversary on December 6th!). And they would love to have your students be a part of

Energy Balance 101

Healthy Weight Commitment Foundation just announced the launch of a new online curriculum powered by Discovery Education. Promoting ways to help young people achieve a healthy weight through energy balance – calories in and calories out – this curriculum is now available at no cost to educators at www.energybalance101.com This engaging new curriculum, jointly developed