Monthly Archives: January 2011

Sign-Ups Still Going On!

We are hosting three…that’s right… THREE live events for the DEN SciCon Virtual Conference happening January 22nd!  So, no matter where you live in TN, you can attend a live event with relative ease and be part of one of the most fantastic groups of educators anywhere on the planet…the DEN! You can find more

Doodle 4 Google is Back

Doodle 4 Google is back with wonderful opportunities for students to express their creativity and to try to win wonderful prizes. The National Winner will be awarded a $15,000 college scholarship to be used at the school of his or her choice, a trip to the Google New York office for an event on May

PETE&C Pre-Conference 2011

Join us on February 13th for a STAR-studded affair at PETE&C. The DEN pre-conference event is a great way to connect with fellow STAR Discovery Educators from all over the country. We have a fantastic schedule this year including the return of Hall Davidson as our opening keynote for the pre-conference. The PETE&C Pre-Conference is


  January 29, 2011 Are you interested in networking with like-minded educators? If so, join the AR DEN Leadership Council for an in-person viewing of the 2011 SCIcon.  The 2011 SCIcon is a mini-conference (with an online twist) focused on providing participants with some of the most effective strategies for transforming their science classes through

Share your Expertise at MSET

Breaking Boundaries in the Digital World The premiere ed tech conference in the state is looking for  inspiring presentations from DEN leaders. Consider joining us on April 11,12 and 13th in Baltimore.  Proposal submissions are due by Feb 1. Get your DEN heads thinking and come on over to B’more, hon.

Share your Expertise at MSET

Proposal Submissions are due by Feb 1.  Let’s have the DEN well represented at “Breaking Boundaries in the Digital World – April 11, 12 and 13th in Baltimore!

A Janus View

As I begin my third year teaching Digital Storytelling in the Discovery Education/Wilkes U. instructional media program, I find myself in a god Janus kind of mood: looking forward and backward at the same time. I feel confident that the almost three hundred students I have had contact with have taken away something they can