I have been a DEN Star and LC member for almost 3 years now and I am always learning something new!
I had the chance to attend the first #DENapalooza in McKinney, Texas. I had a chance to listen to some great sessions and connect with some friends F2F (I am all about an online connection, but it is so nice to see people in person!)
You can check out my video here: DENapalooza
This past Saturday I FINALLY had a chance to sit in virtually on a couple of sessions for the #DENvirtcon April is a busy month, so I usually have to watch the archives. Didn’t get a chance to attend, check out the archives here I loved listening to Mark Case talk about Geoaching I had a chance to meet Mark this last year at #DENSI2012 and he took a group geocaching every morning. Mark gave some great tips and tricks to use geocaching in the classroom and school. The second session I had a chance to sit in on virtually was David Fisher’s (who I also had a chance to meet this summer at #DENSI2012) over Got traDIGions? He had so many great ideas on starting digital traditions. He also gave a shout out to Kevin Honeycutt (one of my heroes!) I loved how he showed how to do paper blogging and the movie/book trailers his students made were awesome!
Things I am looking forward to with the DEN
DEN Spring Training. Paula Naugle wrote a great blog over it. I have signed up.
DENzone is something that David mentioned during his presentation. Can’t wait until I can listen to this podcast. It looks FANTASTIC! I do love a good podcast while I am driving.
Oh, I can’t forget about #DENchat on Twitter! I haven’t had a chance to make one yet, but have enjoyed reading through the archives. Such great conversations with such amazing people. I feel pretty lucky to be a part of such an awesome community.
Have you discovered some new DEN treats?