Thursdays at 8:00PM hop on to your Twitter account and search for the #denchat in the search bar. You will be pleasantly educated by some of the countries smartest, and most enthusiastic educators from the DEN! For the first chat the group asked questions, offered ideas and tweeted the location of their blog. The archive
This is Jeremy Badiner from Michigan. He’s been accepted to attend the DEN Summer Institute July 14-19 in Burlington, VT. Here’s his DEN story: Tell us yours. The main portion of this year’s application is a short (unedited) video that t ells your DEN story. We want to know about you and why you are part
Have you registered for tomorrow’s live event? Behind the Scenes with the Google Doodlers Live from the Googleplex March 1, 2013 1pm ET Register Here Event Details: Doodles are the fun, surprising, and sometimes spontaneous changes that are made to the Google logo to celebrate holidays, anniversaries, and the lives of famous artists and innovators.
We often hear about the great things educators are doing from other educators. Sharing the successes of our colleagues is wonderful, but it’s even better when we read about the great things teachers are doing from those outside of our profession. That was the case a short time ago when an article about the work
Wisconsin DEN LC member Rachel Yurk feels Animoto is a great tool to be used with Discovery Education content. She recently used Animoto as a tool for digital storytelling. If you’re not familiar with Animoto, it’s a great site that is used to create slideshows. Users upload their own images and video, including content from
MEET CHANDA UNDERWOOD Where do you teach? Rocky Mount, NC What do you teach? 5th Grade Science When did you become a DEN member? November 2012 What’s your favorite thing about being a DEN member? Training, Ideas, science Techbook and the blogs What’s your teaching super power? Science! If