Daily Archives: February 1, 2012

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STEMazing Night with Hall: Going Mobile

STEMazing Night with Hall: Going Mobile

On Wed February 1, I ended my first big Digital Learning Day by joining in with Hall Davidson for a Siemens STEM Webinar :Making Mobile Media Meaningful in (and Beyond!) Your STEM Classroom. Hall Packed the hour full of so many great ideas using mobile devices to reach higher levels of analysis in the classroom

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NC DNA Day

APPLICATIONS FOR NC DNA DAY 2012 ARE NOW OPEN! Please visit www.ncdnaday.org to have a young scientist visit your classroom and present an engaging, hands-on module covering a topic related to genetics and genomics! This year’s topics include:  Forensics, Genes and Disease, Immunology, and Pharmacogenomics. What Teachers are Saying…   DNA Day has been a wonderful addition

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LOTS of ICE This February!!!

Now that February is upon us we have a lot to look forward to and I have heard the weather men are predicting a lot of ICE  (the ICE Conference that is)! Quickly approaching are Valentine’s Day, President’s Day but most importantly ICE Conference Week!!  In less than a month a large group of teachers will

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Mobile Media in the Classroom

If you haven’t already done so, be sure and register for Hall Davidson’s webinar on mobile media.  It starts in 30 minutes!  Below is a description of what to expect: “Make your classroom walls expand! Mobile phones, iPads, and tablets have the ability to create and share learning both in the classroom and in the extended

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Mining Magnificent Minds

  Being a teacher means trying to help every child be successful in the classroom. However, ask yourself this question: What can teachers do to get the most out of their students? There are a lot of answers to this question such as differentiate instruction, use collaboration, conference with the student, make learning real and

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Canadians in Florida

FETC is a conference that I’ve attended several times in the last decade. I’ve attended as a presenter and participant but 2012 was the first time as an Exhibitor. That was a bit strange. It was a great learning experience for me as I witnessed a wonderful DEN Pre-Conference Event led by Lodge McCammon and

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Join Discovery Education at TCEA!

Download a printable version of Discovery Education’s TCEA corporate room schedule here: DiscoveryEducation_2012_TCEA_flyer Discovery Education will be in lots of places at TCEA – from the exhibit floor (booth #1551), to featured sessions from Hall and Steve, to our very own room at the Austin Hilton where we’ll be doing sessions all day, every day,

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Farewell Picnik…. Hellllooooo iPiccy!

Bummed about Picnik going away? Believe me, I was too. That was one of the sites I’ve been recommending for about half a decade. Sure there are plenty of other options, but Picnik didn’t require a login (yay), was incredibly intuitive (yay), and had a surprisingly robust set of tools. One door closes, another opens.

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Daily Dose of DEN Diigo 02/01/2012

Yummy Math | We provide teachers and students with mathematics relevant to our world today … provide teachers and students with mathematics relevant to our world today … Tags: math, problemsolving, education, relevant, mathematics – By Fred Delventhal GOOGLE RELEASED INCLUSIVE BOOKLET FOR EDUCATORS Tags: no_tag Posted from Diigo. The rest of Discovery Educator Network

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