Are you attending TIE Colorado this week? If so, make sure you check out the fabulous sessions by members of the Colorado Leadership Council and DE Staff. Also, come by our DEN Event on Monday night at 6:30pm in Bighorn C1. Wednesday 8:30am-11:30am – Hall Davidson – From Trees to Bits: Moving Education into the
Last week, I traveled to Greenville, SC for an Administrators’ Day of Discovery at the Upstate Technology Conference. Resources from all the day’s sessions are available here. I got to spend the day with principals, assistant principals, and other administrators sharing ways to use social media to build their personal learning networks (PLN). We discussed
We are thrilled to welcome educators from Romania into the Discovery Educator Network (the DEN). Our community is very active and the members involved love sharing. We’re looking forward to connecting and learning with you as we continue striving to make everyone a better educator. If you’re a DEN member, do you have any advice
The Ultimate Guide to The Use of Blogs in Teaching Tags: no_tag Posted from Diigo. The rest of Discovery Educator Network group favorite links are here.
I just completed my first week of integrating the DE Science Techbook with a group of STEM middle school students, through UW- Marshfield/ Wood County Continuing Education, who wanted to explore the wonders of weather, delving into how tornadoes and hurricanes gain their destructive potential. Now, I am a math teacher who integrates science and
As we launched our brand new twitter account this past Monday, we decided to bring in a special guest once a week to help respond to any questions that might spark an answer lengthier than Twitter’s 140 character limit. This adorable little Chihuahua is Professor Mousey. Hash tag your questions, comments and topics you’d like us
We can use our tools within Progress Zone to embed resources for instruction, in addition to using items from the item bank, and quickly crafting our own items to use in checks for understanding of student knowledge. Using hyperlinks to URLs we can direct students to Discovery Education videos, other sites on the web, games,