With summer just around the corner (7 days of school left.. not that I am counting) I am looking forward to the professional development that I will be able to take in over the summer! Although attending conferences face to face are fantastic, it is not always feasible or affordable. A great way to still
Discovery Education Assessment: Measuring Progress Between Benchmarks #2 Week of May 21, 2012 In this event we will show participants how to capitalize on all Discovery Education resources available in Progress Zone. Part 2 will investigate the Classroom Manager as well as Assigning Probes using the Discovery Education Student Center. We will also explore how to get
Just out of college and headed for a career in music, Fred Rogers happened to catch an episode of what passed for children’s television in the 1950s – grotesquely grinning hosts, raucous improvised dialogue, and broad, pie-in-the-face humor. Appalled, Rogers vowed to counteract such programming with his own shows He started with the low-budget Children’s
What event could this be? None other than the Upstate Technology Conference (UTC) in Greenville, SC from 6/12-6/14: http://www.greenville.k12.sc.us/utc 3 DEN Activities: 1. Dining with the STARS: You are cordially invited to dine among the STARs. The South Carolina DEN will host a dinner for STARs during the UTC conference in Greenville, SC. STARs let’s
8 Free Video Websites for Inspiring Talks and Lectures Tags: no_tag Posted from Diigo. The rest of Discovery Educator Network group favorite links are here.
Geocaching Day was a great opportunity for the DEN team and educators from SC to get together for learning and fun on a beautiful day in Charleston SC. DEN leadership members Suzanne Brooks, Andrea Rollison, Karen Ogen, and Amy Dent prepared a fun filled morning. They guided participants to 8 caches hidden around the historic