It’s Terrific Tuesday and with that great news comes another edition of Chad’s Choices from the Community. As you begin your summer break or wrap up your school year, take some time to explore some people and information from the DEN Community. If want to look at previous posts in this series, you can do so here.
Articles from the Community
- Tennessee DEN STAR Bradley Reece shared can exercise close the achievement gap?
- South Carolina STAR Chuck Holland shared 25 of the best RSS feeds for educators.
- Georgia STAR Alison Eber shared 10 characteristics of a highly effective learning environment.
- Florida STAR Lauren Thurman shared this cool iPad as the teacher’s pet infographic.
Tweets from the Community!
— Jennifer Jensen (@jenteach) June 16, 2014
People from the Community to Follow (Send a tweet to these people and tell them they were featured here).
Persons of Interest
This week’s DEN Person of Interest is North Carolina DEN STAR and LC member Alison Schleede. Dr. Alison Schleede is a Coordinating Teacher for Instructional Technology with the Wake County Public School System. She’s been sharing her knowledge and enthusiasm with the DEN Community for a couple of years and has been working hard to grow the DEN in Wake County. She’s lead multiple groups through the DEN Ambassador program in her district and spreads plenty of DEN love among her colleagues. Prior to heading to the DEN Summer Institute in July, Alison will be leading a workshop at this year’s ISTE Conference in Atlanta. More STAR Discovery Educators are presenting at ISTE, explore their sessions here. Are you presenting but not listed? Fill out this form.
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