TCEA attendees got to attend a VIP reception to meet and mingle with Discovery’s Animal Planet host, Dave Salmoni. Dave Salmoni is going to host a live virtual field trip in March and bring the world of animals and the African savannah into the classrooms around the globe. Students will get to interact virtually with
During the week February 6-10, 2012, the Texas Computer Educator Association’s convention was held in Austin, Texas. The opening keynote was Discovery’s own Mythbuster’s co-host, Tory Belleci. He provided a poignant, hilarious look at his own struggle at education and explained why he not only desired to learn science but to ‘do’ science. Tory explained
The Texas DEN Leadership Council participated in an Iron DEN Challenge at TCEA in Austin, Texas during the week of the convention. The ‘Special Ingredient’ was an picture of a spitting camel that all teams had to incorporate into their unique team’s digital artifacts. Many teams used audio, the Blabberize site, or some other type
Enjoy the DEN Weekly Update for February 24, 2012.
Matthew Strine is the Director of Instructional Technology for Propel Schools in Braddock Hills, PA. He is also one superb DEN STAR and super sharer. He volunteered to share out the Google Docs he and his colleagues used as they attended DEN PreCon sessions. As you can see, there’s a wealth of resources, and I
Review of American Educational System ( infographic ) Tags: no_tag Posted from Diigo. The rest of Discovery Educator Network group favorite links are here.
Smories are original short stories written and read by children. They were thought of by a pair of sisters who enjoyed reading and recording stories for each other. The website is super simple. Its just a collection of pictures of the children who have written recorded the stories. Clicking on the picture takes you