DEN Fall VirtCon LIVE October 20th, 7AM-?2PM MST Star Elementary – Star, Idaho To register for this Fall VirtCon LIVE Face 2 Face event, visit: https://lrougeux.wufoo.com/forms/s5k2q9/ Join thousands of educators online and Face2Face as the DEN team goes house to house to house to explore the many digital treats available today. During this unique professional
Welcome 2012 Louisiana STARS to the DEN Community. We look forward to collaborating with you! Amy Ard Alice Aud Renisha Beaudoin Karen Berlin Karla Cooper Christina Gantt Debra Hale Jackie Jenkins Pierre LaCaze Jessica Landry Sue Ottesen Carol Passmore Tammie Santos Rae Self Emily Swenson Madison Wise
Enjoy the DEN Weekly Update for September 28, 2012.
NOTE: We have had to cancel the belated Fall Virtual Conference scheduled for October 27 in Knoxville. We apologize for any inconvenience. Please find another great way to enjoy your Saturday! The TN DEN Leadership Council is hosting a “belated” Fall Virtual Conference on Saturday, October 27, 2012. We are waiting a week due
Are you interested in taking your students to the tundra to observe polar bears? Is that slightly out of your field trip budget? Well, no worries. We have once again joined forces with our friends at Polar Bears International® (PBI) to bring four incredible virtual field trips live to your desktop. Through PBI’s Tundra Connections® you’re invited
The DEN Goes Viral, our collaborative project for DEN members, is moving ahead and we are now happy to share the topics of study. For those unfamiliar with the project, here are the details in a nutshell: Participants register for the project. Yes, you can still sign up! Team Leaders have chosen their topics of
As we get back into the groove of the school year, aligning lessons with the Common Core Standards can be intimidating. Thankfully, programs like Adobe Youth Voices Essentials already taken care of the hard part—and are providing educators with tools specifically designed for integrating their curriculum with the Common Core. For those who aren’t familiar
Projects are an excellent way for students to demonstrate learning. They can also be introduced/framed with an essential question and provide for a variety of collateral learning as students dive into the curriculum. Unfortunately projects can be a time hog if students aren’t given specific time limitations. For that reason it is nice
Don’t Forget: The deadline for submitting proposals for the VSTE Annual Technology in Education Conference is Thursday, September 27. That’s tomorrow. Our very own Steve Dembo will be the Keynote speaker. Share your expertise with the world. Check out the conference website for information and the link for submissions.
Today and tomorrow marks our final set of Back to School 2012 webinars and we’re bringing it all back home with a special webinar devoted to the administrative functions of the website. Here is a brief synopsis of the topic: Would you like your students to have anywhere, anytime access to Discovery Education? In this