Daily Archives: December 18, 2012

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Albuquerque Public School Instructional Coaches Set Sail

Albuquerque Public School Instructional Coaches Set Sail

Using the implementation of Discovery Education as a metaphor to a voyage, DEN STAR, Susan Bowdoin, led a group of 28 instructional coaches from elementary and middle schools on a journey through the resources available to them through the Discovery Educator Network. The group broke down several elements that are critical to a successful voyage:

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Discovery Education Thanks You

As we wrap up the year and head into the holidays, we here at Discovery Education would like to take this opportunity to thank you, our teachers and educators, for everything you do. Teachers mold the minds of the future. They give of themselves. They give their time, their attention, their caring, and their expertise.

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Things I Think You Should Read

I probably should have called this post “Lists of Things I Think You Should Read” since almost every link takes you to a list of something.  Regardless, here are more articles and blog posts I’ve recently read that are worthy of sharing.  Enjoy. 10 Interactive Lessons by Google on Digital Citizenship 10 Things Your Students

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Matt’s Tips and Tricks 12-17-2012

This week I highlight nine gifts from the DEN Community including videos, resources, lesson plans and more. I also explore a free mobile app for notetaking and list the new year’s upcoming webinars. Thank you to Lindsay Hopkin’s for your QR Code and Using Twitter To Summarize activities.  Thank you Nancy Sharoff for your Beat the

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Twenty Days of Techbook – Twenty ideas, tips and tricks as our gift to you during this holiday season – Day 12

Find Specific Content Faster So you can find small video segments in Techbook, but of that 5 minute segment you only want the middle 2 minutes. Simply click on the video segment and choose “Transcript” at the top of the screen. Then choose where you want the video to start from using the transcribed text from the audio portion of the video.

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