Meet Cheryl Capozzoli, the STEM Coordinator for Harrisburg School District, in Pennsylvania, where over the past three years, STEM learning has really taken off. During Discovery Education’s recent STEM Symposium event in Florida, we had a chance to catch up with Capozzoli, and learn how she has been helping to drive the district’s STEM efforts.
Whisked away from DENSI 2015 at American University in Washington DC to Intermediate Unit 21 in Schnecksville PA, and then back to DC for the DENmazing Race from 7–9 PM–all in a day’s work for Illinois native Steve Dembo. Co-author of Untangling the Web: 20 Tools to Power Up Your Teaching. Father of 2 children.
The link to have. DS 4 YT: Abbreviated. Simple. Creative. Moments. Footage? Stills? Both. “It’s not where you take things from; its where you take them to.” Steve’s Prezi. .
I took the liberty of re-publishing Edie Erickson’s blog post because it is full of wonderful information (and she is a wonderful blogger). Thanks, Edie, for posting daily. You can find Edie’s DENSI 2015 blog here. Learning Galore! Today was a day of learning and connecting! We started by meeting Lori McFarling, the Chief Marketing
Never underestimate the power of the DEN as life changing. We reach across country and continent. We grow exponentially. Face to face or virtual, we learn, collaborate, inspire. Whether rekindling old friendships or creating new ones, at gatherings or special events, we find our tribe. Together, we change the landscape of education. We envision the
Discovery Education is Celebrating! Join us as we celebrate 10 years of the community you built, conversation you had & connections you made. Monday | June 29, 2015 6:00PM – 9:00PM Cocktails & Hors d’oeuvres Lucky Strike 1336 Chestnut St, Philadelphia, PA 19107 RSVP by Wednesday, June 24 http://bit.ly/DENisTEN Join us for more community, conversations
Nearly 100 educators joined us to kick of the 2015 DENapalooza tour in Hershey, PA on February 8th. The event was held as a full day pre conference event prior to PETE&C. The day started with a welcome and Dr. Lodge McCammon shared his “Music Can Move Us” session. Participants learned about the science behind tying movement
I usually write about technology tools you should try in your classroom and explore with your students. Today I am writing about a tool you should beware. Yik Yak is a location based anonymous social comment phone app. It allows you to post and see the posts of people near your location. Recently it has
I have been using Black Board with my students for a year now. One major disadvantage of Black Board is you need someone to host it for you. At my school we have a hosted solution. However, not everyone does. Fortunately Black Board introduced Coursesites.com last year. It has grown to 74,000 instructors. It allows you to
I thought this might be a useful bit of information to post. As part of my effective educator evaluation process in Pennsylvania I created a spreadsheet to data mine Socrative Quick Questions. When you create a socrative quick question and finish it you are given the option of downloading an Excel sheet or saving it