More Goodies from TechSmith

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We are happy to report that we STILL have more prizes to giveaway thanks to our friends at TechSmith. They are really showing the #DENlove this week by hooking up a bunch of educators with great prizes. To have a chance at winning one of the prize packs, all you have to do is share your response to the question of the day. We will be selecting up to four (4) winners who respond to today’s question. Each winner will receive the following prize pack, courtesy of TechSmith.

  • TechSmith Chalkstar t-shirt
  • iMicro USB headset
  • tsc-grey-100px1 license for Snagit (PC/Mac)
  • 1 license for Camtasia Studio (PC) OR Camtasia for Mac

 

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Here’s the question for Thursday.

What are your favorite places to find thoughtful information and teaching ideas? (Please be more specific than just Twitter)

You can share your answer in a variety of ways. Leave a comment here on the DEN Blogs, respond via Twitter using the hashtag #DENlove, or post your response on Facebook or Google Plus, also using the hashtag #DENlove.

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Comments

  1. Elizabeth hamilton

    Edutopia, various blogs-free technology for teachers by Richard Byrne, Tech Chef 4 You – Lisa Johnson, TCEA boards, ateachers love Smart Boards, Youtube SMART channel, Differentiation Daily, Digital Goonies, and others!

  2. Sam Kar

    Quite a few places such as Forums- atozteacherstuff, Tefl, teachers.net, Wikipedia, and DEN.

  3. Beth Weeks

    The TCEA groups page are full of lots of great apps to use! TCEA convention is a great place to network with others and see sessions.I love hearing what my DEN STAR peeps are doing in the classroom!

  4. Elaine Plybon

    Spotlight on Strategies blog of Discovery Education is an incredible resource!

  5. Dacia JONES

    One of my favorite places to meet is my phone as I text with my 6 DEN friends who traveled together last year to DENSI in Vermont- Terra-Lee Gratton Mary Anne Jezierski; Frances Snyder; Karen Wells; Kim Miller; Marita Diffenbaugh We literally text and share EVERY day. We have over 2000 text threads to prove it.

  6. Deborah Thonus

    I love using Edmodo Communities for gathering ideas and asking questions. Of course, the DE Blogs are great for unlimited ideas from talented and creative educators. In person events like DENSI are AMAZING for sharing ideas and discussing the latest topics in education. DE webinars are always inspiring, and if you miss one, most of them are archived for later viewing.

  7. Ketsana

    What are your favorite places to find thoughtful information and teaching ideas?
    Well, there are so many resources out there for teachers which makes me happy. It’s good to know that there’s such support for teachers!
    Schoology is a great tool. It’s a community of educators supporting one another. I’ve always found inspirations, tools, and ideas to help with anything-all you have to do is ask. Schoology is not unlike my beloved DEN family! Thank you for sharing.

  8. Diane

    I love Free Tech For Teachers blog by Richard Byrne, as well as many other teachers on Twitter, and the SOS Blog by DEN. The Teaching Channel is great, too!

  9. Valaina

    I love going to conferences and spending time with other attendees. I learn so much from others and it adds to my PLN.

  10. Sharee Darcé

    I follow TechChef4u and Free Technology for Teachers on Facebook.

  11. Kamala Schuster

    I use a lot of different sources – Twitter, various blogs (Free Tech for Teachers, Langwitches, Conversations in Literacy, etc.), Edmodo communities, Google Plus Communities and Discovery Ed are all great sources!

  12. David Chan

    I attend various academic conferences to share and learn about best practices that I can bring back into the classroom. I also occasionally attend practitioner events to learn about the needs or demands of the profession and instill these in the classroom.

  13. Kristi L

    I follow specific education blogs via bloglovin and find all sorts of unique ideas that help me to add excitement to my classroom.

  14. Nancy F

    I use the NSTA list serves. I also use TES.co.uk. Since it is from outside of the United States I get a different oersoeciptive on things.

  15. Milcah

    Two good websites are allinonehomeschool.com and also superteacherworksheets.com #DENlove.

  16. Kati Searcy

    Twitter Chats … #DENchat at 8:00 p.m. each Thursday is a wonderful “place” to find thoughtful information and outstanding teaching ideas.

  17. Annette McKee

    I follow a number of educational blogs; Educational Technology and Mobile Learning, Tech Chef 4U and TCEA Community Groups. Of course, there is always the DEN update. Thank you for being a super resource!

  18. Katherine Knapp

    My first “go to” would have to be my great network of fellow integration folks (including my DEN buds). Online, I like to browse Pinterest and have found some great ideas.

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