Daily Archives: December 19, 2011

Do you have a SWEET session idea for PETE&C 2012?

Do you have a SWEET session idea for PETE&C 2012?

In February Discovery Education will be back at the Hershey Lodge and Conference Center Hershey, PA connecting with educators looking for creative ways to use digital media in the classroom. Are you a STAR who still hasn’t registered? Do so now at: links.discoveryeducation.com/petec2012. Are you interested in presenting at the PreCon Day of Discovery at PETE&C

STEM Curriculum Resources for all educators

By David Andrade, http://tinyurl.com/edtechguy   There is a big push for increasing STEM (science, technology, engineering, and math) in all classes and grade levels. As a science teacher and engineer, I agree that STEM topics are important to our students and our society.   The Dayton Ohio Regional STEM Center is a great resource for teachers who teach STEM

Paint.net – free photo and graphic editing software

by David Andrade, http://tinyurl.com/edtechguy   Paint.net is a free, downloadable, image and photo editing software for Windows. It is easy to use, has a ton of features like layers, special effects and more, and a great community for help and ideas.   It is easy to use, but powerful enough for most people’s needs. It is a

Daily Dose of DEN Diigo 12/19/2011

6 FREE TOOLS TO CONVERT YOUTUBE VIDEOS TO MP3 Tags: web_2.0 More Of Chris’ LBI summer rental picks – www.moourl.com/… on Twitpic Tags: lbi, rentals, nj Posted from Diigo. The rest of Discovery Educator Network group favorite links are here.

DEN Summer Institute 2012

Get your cowboy boots ready! The DEN Summer Institute is heading to the wild wild west. DENSI2012 will take place from July 21-26, 2012 at Montana State University in scenic Bozeman, MT. Up to 125 STARs will be invited to attend the DEN Summer Institute. Attendees will have the opportunity to connect with fellow STAR

MACUL Conference

If you are a technology enthusiast in Michigan, you have probably seen advertisements for the MACUL (Michigan Association of Computer Users in Learning) Conference each year. It is one that our district has made a priority for the “tech leaders” in order to keep us current in educational technology trends. If you are unfamiliar with