Archives for May 15, 2013

  1. Trivial Pursuit — DEN style

    Think you know the DEN?  Think you can scavenge with the best of them?  Think you can ‘pursue’ trivia– especially for a chance at prizes?   Then this post is for YOU! The blog team is sponsoring a DEN Trivia Scavenger Hunt through the wonderful resources of the Discovery Educator Network, with a side trip […]

  2. DEN Techformation: Twitter + Education

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     Twitter Anyone? TWITTER is the best professional development tool that I have encountered in years.  Twitter allows you to have conversations and get resources from like-minded individuals. It allows you to network with others in a way that transcends the walls of our schools and neighborhoods. It allows for 24/7 participation in 140 characters or less.  That means […]

  3. Asian-Pacific American Heritage Month

    Post written by Kelsey Johnson. May is Asian-Pacific American Heritage Month! This month, we celebrate all of the Asians and Pacific Islanders in the United States. The term Asian-Pacific includes the entire Asian continent and the Pacific islands of Melanesia, Micronesia, and Polynesia. What used to be a week-long celebration beginning in 1978 was extended […]

  4. Join us for the 2013 DENny Awards

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    The DENny Awards are scheduled for May 23. These are special awards for STAR Discovery Educators. It’s a time for us to celebrate the very best of the DEN. With categories like Best DEN Event, The RJ Stangherlin (for excellence in blogging), and Rising STAR (for new STARs), we recognize greatness within the community. Take […]

  5. NC DEN STAR Spotlight

    Meet CONNI MULLIGAN   Where do you teach? Buncombe County Schools, Asheville, NC   What do you teach? K-12 Technology Integration   When did you become a DEN member? 2006   What’s your favorite thing about being a DEN member? My favorite thing about being a part of the DEN is the totally AWESOMTASTIC INSPIRATIONAL […]

  6. #DENChat Focuses on STEM Resources

    Last Thursday, Tim Childers, moderated #DENChat focusing on STEM resources and philosophies.  As with previous discussions, there were a multitude of great websites, activities, and thought-provoking questions from those who joined the chat. STEM goes far beyond the idea of, “Oh, I added a science activity to my social studies lesson,” or, “We’re going to […]