Daily Archives: September 28, 2011

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Home Stretch of the DEN Membership Season – These Places Still Need Players!

Home Stretch of the DEN Membership Season – These Places Still Need Players!

  In the final stretch of the DEN Membership Season, who will take home the coveted DEN MVP jerseys?  For most places, the game is down to the wire, but in some states and provinces, the field is wide open!  I don’t want to totally give it away, so if you happen live in a

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iPad Implementation

Mark your calendars, and get ready to register for this event.  Registration will open on September 19, 2011 Questions should be directed to: institute@auburnschl.edu If your school or district is implementing, or planning to implement iPad in the primary grades, then you will want to be sure to take advantage of this opportunity. The Auburn School

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Back to School Webinar Series: Connect your classroom with Discovery Education

Back to School with Discovery Education: Maximizing student engagement using Discovery Education. Register for the session on  September 29, 2011 at 7pm EST: Are you looking for new ways to engage your students with Discovery Education? Why not put the power of learning at their fingertips through our redesigned Student Center. With unique logins students

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Daily Dose of DEN Diigo 09/28/2011

FCC opens access to social media sites for e-Rate users | eSchool News FCC relaxes restrictions on social media as part of Internet filtering for e-Rate funds. Tags: social media, e-Rate, FCC, access, users – By Dean Mantz Self Publishing – Lulu.com Tags: self publishing Posted from Diigo. The rest of Discovery Educator Network group

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Columbus Day

    Columbus Day will be celebrated October 10, 2011.  I like to begin my lesson on that day reading sections from a letter that Columbus wrote without letting the class know who it is from or that it is Columbus Day.  The letter is a primary document found at http://www.ushistory.org/documents/columbus.htm.  The letter tells of

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Columbus Day

  Christopher Columbus Columbus Day will be celebrated October 10, 2011.  I like to begin my lesson on that day reading sections from a letter that Columbus wrote without letting the class know who it is from or that it is Columbus Day.  The letter is a primary document found at http://www.ushistory.org/documents/columbus.htm.  The letter tells

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Sharing is Fun

It’s great to share. Sharing is at the core of the Discovery Educator Network. Sharing best practices. Sharing resources. Sharing ideas. You get the idea. So here’s a quick way to share resources you find with in the service.

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Science Saturdays

Science Saturdays are a series of lectures and demonstrations that are held on the first Saturday of each month in the NC Museum of Natural Sciences’ Windows on the World theater at 11:00 am. Science Saturdays mainly target middle- and high-school students to show them the vast world of scientific research and allow them to

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