Archives for March 19, 2013

  1. Meet Carlos from FL at #DENSI2013

    This is Carlos Fernandez, a STAR Discovery Educator from Florida. 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 […]

  2. S.O.S: Quick Writes

    Welcome to  Spotlight on Strategies Challenge!  Our S.O.S series  provides help, tips, and tricks for integrating DE media into your curriculum. Quick Writes PDF Version Background Often times the sight of a blank white page is daunting to students who are not confident in their writing skills. Quick writes are a simple literacy strategy used […]

  3. DEN STARs in the News: Elaine Plybon

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    Texas DEN STAR Elaine Plybon wrote an article about social media in the classroom that appeared in an issue of EdTech Magazine.  Elaine has presented a series of conference sessions on the topic of using the concepts of social media in the classroom and shares great advice in the article.  Take a look.   Have you […]

  4. Upcoming PLT Workshops in NC

    Check out this list of upcoming Project Learning Tree workshops in North Carolina! Remember, the Project Learning Tree PreK-8 and selected high school modules have been correlated to the Common Core Standards and the North Carolina Essential Standards.  All of this information can be found at go.ncsu.edu/ncpltcorrelations.   For upcoming workshops, the bare minimum info is included here, […]

  5. Don’t Forget: Apply for #DENSI2013

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    The DEN Summer Institute has been scheduled for July 14-19 at the University of Vermont in Burlington, VT. The application window closes Monday! The main portion of this year’s application is a short  (unedited) video that tells your DEN story. We want to know about you and why you are part of the DEN. Tell us what […]

  6. The Beauty of PBL

    Problem Based Learning, or PBL, is gaining ground with great momentum across the country as more and more states, districts, and local schools turn to various Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) initiatives.  And yet, some teachers appear to know very little about it.  While there is no way to give it a proper look-see […]