Monthly Archives: April 2011

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Upcoming Discovery Events

Upcoming Discovery Events

Hello, DEN STARs! I wanted to reach out to you with some friendly reminders about upcoming DEN events. April 30, 2011 > 2011 DEN Spring Virtual Conference The 2011 DEN Spring Virtual Conference is coming up this Saturday, and it features a fantastic lineup of presenters including Dr. Lodge McCammon and Rushton Hurley who will

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There is Still Time!

While I love attending a conference in my PJ’s, it is still more fun to share the experience with others. Click here to sign up for the MD live event of the Spring Virtual Conference.

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Join Museum and Great Smoky Mountains National Park staff for an exciting weekend of spring in the mountains! This trek is partially subsidized by a grant from Toyota through the Friends of the Smokies, so you can’t beat the price! Email Mike Dunn (mike.dunn@ncdenr.gov) or Melissa Dowland (melissa.dowland@ncdenr.gov) or for more information. Registration information found

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Join us this May for the Discovery Education STREAMING: What’s New, What’s Ahead Webinar Series!

Join us this May as we look back at the 2010-2011 enhancements to Discovery Education STREAMING while showcasing integration strategies for leveraging the new tools, content, and resources in the classroom. During this live event, we will also highlight upcoming, compelling content and provide a sneak peak into the 2011-2012 back to school enhancements from

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FREE!

Did you know the U.S Department of Education has a website that links to free teaching and learning resources compiled from dozens and dozens of federal agencies?  From photos, primary sources, animations, videos and more, FREE lets you browse by topic, grade level, time frame, media type and other criteria.  You can even sign up

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Webinar Series : Take Your Students to New Heights with Discovery Education SCIENCE

Enhance your use of Discovery Education SCIENCE for Middle School in the classroom with a full series of free webinars designed for new and veteran users. Join us as we explore the full range of resources available, showcase effective ways to supplement your existing curriculum with engaging digital content, and share the experiences of Connecticut

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Registration is Open for The Upstate NY Day of Discovery

Discovery Education, the Central NY Regional Information Center (CNYRIC), and Fayetteville-Manlius Schools are pleased to present the Upstate New York Day of Discovery at Fayetteville-Manlius High School in Manlius, NY on Saturday, May 14th. Designed specifically for New York educators, this interactive day of free professional development will highlight creative ways to engage students and invigorate

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DEN Summer Institute- Apply TODAY

The DEN Summer Institute for 2011 will take place from July 9-14, 2011 at the University of San Diego, in  sunny San Diego, CA. TODAY is the deadline to apply. So get hopping! Up to 125 STARs will be invited to attend the DEN Summer Institute. Attendees will have the opportunity to connect with fellow

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School leaders can benefit from reading about ideas focusing the future

Chen explains how six leading “edges” of innovation are challenging the inadequacies of our current education system amidst today’s technologically sophisticated world. These edges include The Thinking Edge, The Curriculum Edge, The Technology Edge, The Time/Place Edge, The Co-Teaching Edge, and The Youth Edge. In this digital age, the number of new ways to teach

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iPad2 Event @ Apple Store, WI

Join us at the Apple Store  in the West Towne Mall, Madison, WI on Saturday, May 14 at 8:00  a.m. to learn about how the iPad2 is being used in education.  Discovery Education members are invited as we explore how the new iPad2, along with the thousands of apps. now available in the Apps Store

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