My school system celebrates a late Spring Break, so until next Tuesday I’m enjoying a few days off. I have been having a great time reading, posting to social media sites all day long, and attending webinars. Another activity that I discovered was the DEN Spring Training. When I realized that I was doing some
Tomorrow is the DEN Spring VirtCon. Join thousands of other educators for this great day of professional development. Spring Training is underway, so you can keep your STAR status in tact. Also, don’t miss out on free access to the DE Techbook until the end of the school year. There’s a lot going on in
That’s right, tomorrow is finally the big day! As of right now, we have more than 2000 people registered, 43 Face 2 Face locations, and 22 incredible presentations that will all come together for one incredible day of connecting, collaborating and learning! Just wanted to give you a few reminders so you know what to
Everything I know about rolling out a 1:1 iPad initiative. Post 3: Create Committees We created 4 committees to help manage our 1:1 iPad initiative project. Here are the committees and the major tasks each accomplished. The steering committee members also served on at least one sub-committee. 1. Steering Committee- we called this “iPals” 2.
Join us next week for two webinars presented by Discovery Education and the Siemens Foundation. Register today to receive reminder emails as well as follow-up resources from these great events. Cache In, Trash Out for Earth Day Week: a Geocaching 101 Webinar for Educators For Educators – Tuesday, April 23, 2013 at 7pm ET Presented by
Did you know that farming was revolutionized in the 1700’s by an agriculturist named Jethro Tull? Much like George Washington Carver, Tull believed that there were better and more efficient ways of farming possible, and set about trying to discover them. Tull’s influence is still seen in agricultural practices and equipment to this day. Jethro