Archives for September 12, 2011

  1. Back to School Webinars are BACK!

    Did you enjoy last month’s Back to School webinars? Do you wish you had one more chance to see them? Well, back by popular demand, we are hosting MORE Back to School webinars this month! If you have Back to School fever, join us for our upcoming webinars to get your classroom connected with Discovery […]

  2. The DEN Membership Field is Wide Open!

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    With three weeks left, it is still anybody’s game in the Discovery Educator Network Membership Season!  Every state and province will have one MVP – aside from bragging rights, you’ll also be the only one in your state or province that gets to sport the exclusive 2011 DEN jersey. Get started today!  To report your […]

  3. Adaptive Leadership: Embracing Technology as a Crucial Part of the Equation of More Kids Learning

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    Roland Heifetz, Alexander Grashow and Marty Linsky in their book -The Practice of Adaptive Leadership: Tools and Tactics for Changing Your Organization and the World (2009 p 13-17) write about how Adaptive Leadership has roots in evolutionary biology.  I think they make a lot of sense.  This information can help us as we lead our systems toward more […]

  4. Twitter in The Classroom?

    I recently saw a blog post comparing how educators use Twitter both professionally and personally.   The blog references a survey that was delivered to CoSN 2010 participants.  The survey explored two aspects of Twitter in K-12 education: educators’ personal use of Twitter and school system use of Twitter. There were two things that I […]

  5. Tune In — streamathon 2011 coming September 14th

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      The 6th annual streamathon is right around the corner on September 14th.  Have a look at all the great events on the schedule and register at http://links.discoveryeducation.com/streamathon2011 today. What’s a streamathon you ask?  Try 11 straight hours of tips, tricks and information-packed webinar sessions to bring you to the head of the class when it […]