Archives for February 21, 2011

  1. Wisconsin’s in the News

    If you’ve been under a rock the last week or so, you might not be aware of the current political situation brewing in Wisconsin.  Last week, the Governor introduced a bill, called the Budget Repair Bill.  This sure seems like a good idea, but there are concerns.  Education in the state will be impacted.  One […]

  2. Annual CUE 2011: Discovery Education will be there – will you?

    Don’t Miss Annual CUE 2011! Annual CUE 2011 March 17-19, 2011, Palm Springs Convention Center Palm Springs, CA Your CUE Full Conference registration includes General Session and Closing Session Keynotes, Thursday Keynote, over 200 speaker presentations, Diverse Learners Symposium, TechEd session, poster sessions and 100,000 square feet of vendor displays with the latest in […]

  3. NCTIES – Only 1 Week Away!!

    Celebrating 40 Years!!! You have exactly one week left to make arrangements to attend NCTIES in Raleigh, March 2-4, 2011.  According to the twitter feed, 1300 people have pre-registered and you can still register onsite next week.   Here is a list of the featured speakers for Pre-conference and Concurrent Session: Rushton Hurley – Keynote Speaker […]

  4. Quest for Curiosity-Eventbrite

    All teachers registered by March 20, 2011, will gain access to the Quest for Curiosity on March 21, 2011. Registrants will receive a “Quest for Curiosity Kick-Off” email containing the contest questions, tips and tricks for getting started, and access to the submission form. Teachers will be responsible for compiling student responses into a single […]

  5. Web 2.0 for President’s Day

    Since it is President’s Day, we as educators have to focus on what accomplishments many Presidents’ have achieved. There are several ways to use Web 2.0 tools to bring these President’s to life. This thought crossed my mind when I asked my son this morning what his school day would be like for President’s Day.  He […]

  6. Apply to Become a DEN Guru

    During the past five years the Discovery Educator Network (DEN) has grown in many different ways including the variety of ways educators may participate in the community. You can be a Discovery Educator and participate in the online community. You can apply to become a STAR Discovery Educator and engage in both online and in-person […]