Usually when someone raves about a book, it’s about plot, or character development, or imagery. It’s rarely about ease of download or file transfer. But today (actually no one’s really sure when) Apple changed something and now getting iBooks into your iPad is easier than using a library card. And this is great news
I had the honor and pleasure to spend some time at his company Fablevision this past summer while attending the DEN’s LC Symposium. They were great to host us for a couple of hours there. Here is his talk at this year’s ASCD Conference.
The Leadership Styles of: Telling, Forcing, Participating and Transforming Below you will find a table that looks at a comparison of four general strategies that a leader may employ. Truthfully not all leaders can effectively lead from all four strategies. Some are ‘tellers’, others are ‘participatory’, others are really into the authority of ‘force’ and
Did you enjoy the New York Stock Exchange virtual field trip earlier this week? More than 1600 classrooms did too! It was a phenomenal experience to be a part of, but it doesn’t have to end there. NYSE Euronext is pleased to offer competitive scholarships to deserving educators that will enable them to attend the
On May 21, 2011 we will host our third annual DEN Geocaching Day! Every Discovery Educator is encouraged to venture out with some colleagues on May 21 and have some fun geocaching as you connect with your fellow educators one more time before the summer. Do you want to join us? For muggles (non-geocachers) and
Do I want to: Build a playground at Propel East in Turtle Creek, PA? Participate in a community cleanup in Braddock, PA? Participate in the 2011 DEN Virtual Conference in-person event at Propel Braddock Hills? Participate in Urban Dare in downtown Pittsburgh? Of course I have a decision or two to make. I will