Archives for October 18, 2011

  1. Wisconsin In-Person Event this Weekend

    Many of you already know about the DEN Virtual Conference this coming weekend.  If you’re in Wisconsin, especially the southeast region of the state, you may want to check out the in-person event at Muskego High School.  More information can be found here. Download this flyer for updated information.

  2. VirtCon 2011


    This Saturday dust your costume off or create something new and join us for the Virtual Conference 2011 Tech or Treat. You can register at this link: Here is the schedule: Time Title Description Presenter 9:00-9:50 The Monster Mash-Up In this session I’ll share some creative ways to ‘Do the Mash’ DEN Style. We’ll […]

  3. The Science of Changing Seasons

    It is autumn. Leaves are changing colors and falling from trees.  This is a great time to engage students in learning about the changing world around them.  There are opportunities to explore the changes in weather and how weather contributes to the change in environment.  Environmental science education helps students to understand the natural wonders […]

  4. Upcoming Webinar: Making A Difference Through Conservation with Dave Salmoni

    Making A Difference Through Conservation with Dave Salmoni Wednesday, October 19, 2011 1:30 pm Dave Salmoni, Animal Planet’s apex predator expert and host of a number of Animal Planet and Discovery Channel programs including Into the Pride and Into the Lions Den, will teach students about the relationship between animals, humans and the environment and […]

  5. DEN Fall VirtCon: Just TREATS

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    Tech or Treat is just a few days away. Do you have a costume ready for Saturday? Need some ideas? Here are a few from previous years. Whether you are joining us at one of our in-person events or from home, get ready to Tech or Treat with us. Wear your favorite Tech or Treat […]

  6. Cultural Ingredients Influence any Group’s Adaptability

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    An organization’s culture is made up of its folklore, it rituals, its group norms, and its meeting protocols.  All of these cultural ingredients influence the organization’s adaptability.  Heifetz , et la: Adaptive Leadership 2009 p 57 ~ Understanding the culture is paramount to being able to help change it for the better. The culture of […]