Daily Archives: January 28, 2014


Thinking About: Words – Frames – and Change

Kim Cameron of the University of Michigan organized these words in a certain way to illustrate a point.  I have mixed them up.  Here is the mixed up list of his words. PLEASE CONSIDER RESPONDING TO THE TWO QUESTIONS THAT FOLLOW BEFORE READING THE REST OF THE POST. By responding I mean grab a piece


SOS: Half The Picture

Welcome to  Spotlight on Strategies Challenge!  Our S.O.S series provides help, tips, and tricks for integrating DE media into your curriculum. Half The Picture PDF Version Background: In essence, the active processing theory rests on a principle of “use it or lose it” (Kaufeldt, 2010). This means that students must be actively involved in what


DENbrarian Update- READ with us!

Hi DENbrarians or potential DENbrarians (or folks who love to read…)  All are welcome read great YA titles with us, sign up to pin with us, follow us on Facebook, or even volunteer to pick the book for a month. Here are the links you’ll need to get started or to update your information in