Daily Archives: April 2, 2013

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Science With A Twist

Science With A Twist

Glenda Moton, DEN STAR from Miami-Dade County Public Schools, recently worked with Barry University in hosting 300 elementary students for an exciting event called “Science With a Twist”.  The event was such a success that the university is interested in hosting it again next year. The evening provided students, parents and teachers the opportunity to

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DISCOVER-y THIS!

Thanks to DEN STAR, Allison Schleede, for hosting DISCOVERy THIS – an amazing event in Mooresville, North Carolina in March! Participants from across Southern North Carolina were captivated by student presenters that shared their knowledge of Discovery Education, the Teacher Center, Test and Assignment Builder Tools, Google Earth, and embedding videos and images from DE

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Tweet Anxiety!

Yesterday was quite an interesting day on Twitter! The DEN Stars were tweeting anxiously to find out if anyone had heard about DENSI 2013. At first it was fun and light-hearted! Just cute little comments saying, “I can’t wait” or “So nervous”. At around noon (EST), the tweets became more intense….”Has anyone heard anything? ”

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#DENChat 4 Archived

Last Thursday the DEN once again met on Twitter at 8 PM ET for #DENChat Number Four!   Paula Naugle led us in a discussion of how teachers are connecting their classrooms.  The ways this is being done are nearly as many as their are DEN members! Looking through the archive put together by Lisa

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DEN STARs in the News: Mark Case

Regional environmental conservation nonprofit Wild South recently announced the Nominee Finalists for its 5th Annual Roosevelt-Ashe Conservation Awards. The awards will recognize and honor outstanding work in 2012 to protect wild places and wild things in the South. This year’s nominees represent five states and exemplify dedication and passion for environmental conservation.  North Carolina DEN STAR Mark Case

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