Hey There! Allow me to introduce myself! My name is Peg Hartwig and I am the new WI LC DEN Blog chair, taking on Chad Lehman’s role. I wanted to introduce myself as I am relatively new in the DEN circle and happened upon the DEN in a most curious way. In 2010, I was selected
I am following the story of the 488, and counting, principals from Long Island that, along with a number of colleagues, signed a letter to the state of New York protesting the use of student test scores to evaluate teacher and principal performance. This is a reminder of the importance of work in the area
Have you tried DE’s Advanced Search? Advanced Search is a powerful tool to focus your searching on a particular area, such as grade level or subject, to pinpoint just the content you need. Just to name a few, you can search by publisher, by language, or by the type of resource you wish to use
Enjoy the last weekly update of 2011! Happy holidays. See you in 2012.
Flagler county school district in Florida hosted two evenings of science nights. On Wednesday, December 7th the Discovery Team was at Rymfire Elementary and on Thursday, December 8th, we were at Bunnell Elementary. Parents and students participated and learned more about the science techbook. They participated in hands-on activities straight from the Discovery Education Science
Voting for the Edublog Awards is in full swing, and the DEN has been nominated in three categories: Best Group Blog: Since we migrated formats so that the contributions from Leadership Councils all over flow right on to the main page, the DEN Global blog is far and away the best group blog in the