The newly launched #DENchat, spearheaded by Lisa Parisi and Tim Childers, will be nine weeks old on April 25. I will take on the lead moderating job for this week’s #DENchat to discussion the topic Let Their Passions Shine. Come share your ideas regarding should students have time to pursue their passions in our classrooms?
My school system celebrates a late Spring Break, so until next Tuesday I’m enjoying a few days off. I have been having a great time reading, posting to social media sites all day long, and attending webinars. Another activity that I discovered was the DEN Spring Training. When I realized that I was doing some
Will be be in the West Baton Rouge area this Saturday? Looking for some great technology ideas, activities or just want to hang out with some awesome educators then you must attend the REGION II TECHNOLOGY SLAM Come ready to share ideas as we “slam” on our favorite technology topics. Saturday March 9, 2013 8:30
SURGEON GENERAL’S WARNING: This post contains links to songs from the 80s so listening may result in Dancing With Myself (Billy Idol) Remember the first time you saw Michael Jackson dance in “Thriller“? The 80s decade was ruled by music and for music junkies like myself it was Just like Heaven (The Cure). There were
Happy Valentine’s Day to the DEN and all of the wonderful people in it. I am so glad I am a part of this wonderful community.
DEN STAR Valerie Burton is sharing her knowledge with others during the K12 Online Conference. Her session, called “Show Off Your Work Online Using Weebly.com can be viewed online. This is one of many presentations that are part of this free professional development. Check out the conference schedule to see what might be good for
Will you be in the Baton Rouge, LA area November 5th? Stop by the Barnes and Noble in Citiplace for some app sharing. Grab a pumpkin spice latte and meet us at the DEN table in the cafe. Bring your iPad and join us at 3:15 pm. The Rover app http://www.theroverapp.com/ will be shared as
Louisiana Public Broadcasting’s award-winning documentary Turning the Tide takes an in-depth look at the proposed solutions and bold engineering that can “turn the tide” on Louisiana’s coastal erosion problem. NEW! Turning the Tide: A Companion Teaching Guide and its companion video clips feature interactive classroom activities designed to educate students about the effects of coastal
Welcome 2012 Louisiana STARS to the DEN Community. We look forward to collaborating with you! Amy Ard Alice Aud Renisha Beaudoin Karen Berlin Karla Cooper Christina Gantt Debra Hale Jackie Jenkins Pierre LaCaze Jessica Landry Sue Ottesen Carol Passmore Tammie Santos Rae Self Emily Swenson Madison Wise
I have been a Discovery Educator Network (DEN) STAR and part of the Louisiana DEN Leadership Council since 2009. As part of this wonderful organization, I have participated in so many wonderful events sponsored by Discovery Education including Day of Discovery in Silver Springs, Maryland and Baton Rouge, Louisiana, the DEN Leadership Council Symposium in