Daily Archives: October 12, 2011

Edutopia Shares Grants & Resources

The George Lucas Educational Foundation is a nonprofit operating foundation and is not a grant-making organization. However, in order to realize the potential of 21st-century education, we are fully aware that our community needs to secure grants and be aware of other exciting opportunities in education, such as the following: The George Lucas Educational Foundation

Fall VirtCon 2011 Tech or Treat: Camden, NJ In-Person Event

Fall Virtual Conference: “Jersey STARS” are inviting you to join us for a day of professional development and networking as we “Tech or Treat” with the Discovery Educator Network. Participants Will Leave With: -Deep exploration of the rich variety of digital content available within Discovery Education. -Integration strategies and exemplar learning experiences to bring digital

New Stuff!

12:01 PM It’s official. You can start to download iOS 5 promptly at “18:00:00 BST”, according to a British website (no one else knew). Once we sleuth what BST means, we’ll continue. (Don’t you just hate help that makes things worse?) While you say you got the BS part, BST actually stands for British Summer

Daily Dose of DEN Diigo 10/12/2011

Web 2.0 for Teachers by Paul Hill on Prezi Tags: web2.0, pln, prezi, teachers, tools, education, socialmedia Common Sense Media | Thinkfinity Tags: cyberbullying, Thinkfinity, commonsensemedia, digitalcitizenship Links to Resources – Infographics Kathy Schrock’s web resource of infographic materials, books, and examples.  Tags: infographics, resources, technology, kathyschrock – By Dean Mantz The Value of Data

Looking for ‘Treats’…

Image Source: Flickr.com janineomg I’m SUPER PSYCHED to be part of the Virtual Conference this year.  I’ll be presenting at 10 a.m. (EST), so set those alarm clocks! My session is titled, ‘No Tricks, Just Treats’ and I’ll be featuring goodies from my tech bag.  And since one of DEN’s mottos is, ‘We Are Our

One Week Left in Adobe’s Educator Choice Awards

      There is only one week left in the Adobe The 2011 Educator’s Choice Awards awards program for educators. Submissions will only be accepted up until next Friday, October 14th, so get yours in now!   Any educator can enter. You submit your innovative teaching and learning materials and you could win some really nice