On Thursday, March 4, DEN Stars from across North Carolina and some of their friends met while at NC TIES for a meeting, a meal and a laugh. After a day of conference chaos and intense ed tech related learning, the more than 25 local educators who met at Mellow Mushroom had the privilege to put
Attached is this month’s Michigan DEN newsletter produced by your own Michigan DEN LC chair Cheryl Lykowski. March2011 Also, here are some upcoming dates to put on your calendars. Open enrollment to join the Leadership Council, 3/7 to 3/28. DEN Guru Application, now through 3/14. Spring Virtual Conference, 4/30. Quest for Curiosity, Registration now till
Take the Lead! Join a DEN Leadership Council Over the past several years, the Discovery Educator Network has grown exponentially and this amazing growth has a lot to do with our incredible DEN Leadership Councils. We are in awe of the work they have volunteered to do to make the DEN community what it is
The list of Web 2.0 tools grows exponentially day by day it seems. In almost every workshop I facilitate lately, one of the most frequently asked questions is, “Which Web 2.0 tool(s) do you like best?” That’s like asking me, “Which tool do you like best when building a house?” The answer all depends on
What school do you work at and what is your title and role? I teach at Middleton Regional High School in the beautiful Annapolis Valley, NS for the Annapolis Valley Regional School Board. I teach senior high technology and senior high math, the specific courses this year being: Communications Technology 11, Multimedia 12, Film and
March 7 -11 is Exceptional Children’s Week. The theme for this year is celebrating diversity. This is a time to celebrate the accomplishments of exceptional children. How is your school celebrating Exceptional Children’s Week? Please post stories, events, and news to celebrate the accomplishments of Georgia’s exceptional children.