Daily Archives: January 25, 2011

Professional Learning Communities: An agent for Change in School Turnaround

Professional Learning Communities: An agent for Change in School Turnaround

It is no mystery that a key to a solid school structure is dependent upon a strong leader. For the past seven years, I have been a member of a school that has experienced a change in leadership both in its Superintendent as well as its Principal. Throughout this journey, it has been evident that

Summer Science Sleuths at Duke

Do you know of a rising eighth grader with a passion for science? How about one who loves to tinker and explore without realizing that full connection to the world of science? Consider nominating him/her for Duke University’s Summer Science Sleuths. Think of what a difference this experience might make! Summer Science Sleuths at Duke

Put on Your Presenter’s Hat in Upstate NY

The College of Saint Rose is pleased to announce the First Annual Technologies in Education Conference. This is a free conference open to all educators interested in the use of technology in education. We are aiming to attract not only technology enthusiasts, but also general K-12 Faculty, Librarians, and Administrators. More details, along with registration

A re-post from AcalanesUHSD Learning Continuity

There was just too much great information to summarize in this article about learning continuity with iPod Touch. The accompanying table details 210 apps! Keep students connected to your curriculum from home and back. If you use iPod Touches in your classroom and students have access to either an iPod Touch or an iPhone, here

The New Year, New You Webinar Series Begins This Week!

Start off 2011 on the right foot with a full series of free professional development that is perfect for both educator and administrator. We’ll start with the basics and expand each week to explore administrative tools and resources, student access, and creating online quizzes and assignments. Click here to register. Click here to download a

New Beginnings

It is with sadness that the VA DEN says goodbye to Matt Monjan our wonderful leader. Matt is embarking on a new journey with Discovery. Matt will be the new Vice President of Strategic Account Implementation and DEN Account Management.  With his new position, Matt will manage Discovery’s nationwide (and Canadian) efforts. Please join me

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