Archives for October 22, 2013

  1. Mystery Skype!

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    Recently I arranged a Mystery Skype for one of my 3rd grade classes.  A Mystery Skype is a game played over Skype where the classes take turns asking one another yes or no questions to try to guess the state, province, or city that the other class lives in.  We played with Mrs. Abernathy’s 5th […]

  2. Crime Lab Simulation THIS WEEK

    Have you ever wondered if you have what it takes to be a Crime Scene Investigator? Why not find out? Join us on Thursday, October 24, 2013, at 6:30pm for the Crime Lab Scavenger Hunt, sponsored by the North Carolina State Crime Laboratory (SBI). Visit stations scattered throughout the Nature Research Center and perform activities […]

  3. Polar Bears – Live from the Tundra!

    Last year, the DEN teamed up with Polar Bears International to bring your students a series of webcasts from Churchill, Manitoba to learn about polar bears and their environment. Well, those opportunities are back in 2014. Tundra Connections conduct LIVE, free broadcasts from the tundra during the annual polar bear migration in Churchill. We are […]

  4. DEN Zone Podcast – Connected Educator Episode

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    It’s time for a new episode of the DEN Zone, a podcast series featuring host and DEN Guru David Fisher discussing educational topics with special guests.  For October, Connected Educator Month, David brought together a panel of DEN connected educators to discuss what being connected means to them.  In this segment they share both the […]

  5. This week on DENvice: It’s Digital Citizenship Week

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      This week on DENvice, Pennsylvania DEN STAR Sheila Fredericks leads our discussion for Digital Citizenship Week.  Digital Citizenship Week, sponsored by Common Sense Media, is part of Connected Educator Month. Common Sense Media describes the week as a time to, “build awareness of digital citizenship as a set of defined, teachable skills, and to engage parents, educators, students, and lawmakers […]