Monthly Archives: December 2013

2014 Middle School Triangle Science Quiz Bowl

2014 Middle School Triangle Science Quiz Bowl

Register for the 2014 Middle School Triangle Science Quiz Bowl!   February 15, 2014, 9 am – 4 pm Raleigh Charter High School Middle school teams of up to 5 students are invited to participate in a science based buzzer competition in which multiple choice science questions are read and the teams buzz in to give the

Leadership@Now Series

Join us for Leadership@Now, an exciting series of conversations with leaders who are transforming teaching and learning. The first session of the series will focus on Adaptive Leadership Thursday, January 16th, 7:00PM ET Register for this session >> Ed Massey, Immediate Past President of National School Board Association (NSBA) The challenges of leading a school

Being a Connected Educator Webinar

Our monthly What’s the 4-1-1? webinar series continues this month with a discussion about being a connected educator.  Join DEN Gurus Kelly Hines and Dean Mantz  for a deeper dive into how the DEN brings educators together through video conferencing, social media, and blogging for your professional growth and for classroom learning. We will explore

Tips on getting started with Evernote

  Evernote is my main tool for work and home. I’ve been using it for 5 years and love it. It can be tough for someone new to Evernote to get started with it.   Here is a great article by an on-line friend of mine, Tim Stiffler-Dean, about how Evernote can be a little overwhelming at

Looking Back at 2013

2013 is coming to a close and that usually means time to reflect back on the year and share out some of the highlights. By now you’ve probably heard the top songs of 2013 on the radio, saw a list of the top movies of the year, or saw the top 10 viral videos of

VirtCon Recap: Full S.T.E.A.M. Ahead!

David Fisher, DEN Guru from Florida, led an amazing session during the Fall VirtCon, titled Full S.T.E.A.M. Ahead, where he shared a huge collection of ideas for using technology to build a multicultural learning experience. Here are a few of my greatest take-aways! If you are looking for a way to bring something new and