Archives for March 17, 2013

  1. Googlicious

    Take over 300 attendees, 27 presenters, 55 workshops and 0 pages of paper, put it together and you get a Google Summit at Charlottesville, Virginia, 2013. Dedicated to all things Google, the sessions covered topics from “Getting Started” to “Google Ninja”, there was something for everyone. There were also many DEN Stars presenting for the […]

  2. This week on DENvice: Welcome Dr. Lodge McCammon

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      This week on DENvice we welcome Dr. Lodge McCammon! We are super excited for a great week of sharing and learning. View the video for this week’s question. Then, head over to DENvice to share your thoughts with Dr. Lodge. Make sure to check out Dr. Lodge at NC State’s Friday Institute for Educational Innovation and […]

  3. Going to the MACUL Conference? Check out these DEN STARs!

    (** Please note that any sessions on Wed. are Pre-Con sessions and have an additional cost)   Cheryl Lykowski (DEN Guru too!) 3 Count them! 3 sessions! You’ve Got the Power! Becoming a Google Power Searcher Thursday, 10:00 am – 11:00 am Global Explorers – Connecting and Collaborating Around the World Thursday, 2:30 pm – […]

  4. #DENChat Discusses Most Engaging Professional Development

    This past Thursday dozens of educators met once again for #DENChat at 8PM Eastern Time.  This week’s general theme question? What engages you most in Professional Development?  Not surprisingly, many of the things that truly cause these teachers to fully engage are the very things that happen at DEN Events throughout the year. “Every night […]

  5. Using QR Codes in the Classroom

    Using QR codes in the classroom is a great way to start bringing in technology in a fun and engaging way. It can be a first project to tackle that doesn’t require much equipment and has a lasting outcome. The video, “Black and White and Scanned All Over,” shows an array of ways to use […]