Here’s another installment of Thinks I Think You Should Read.I’ve been finding myself marking a lot of tweets as favorites lately. I often sift through TweetDeck and mark a lot of things as favorites because I don’t have the time to immediately check them out. I guess I sort of use it as a bookmark systen.
Frank Devereaux, a Educational Technology Coach/Infotech Teacher at Savanna Oaks Middle School is one of Wisconsin’s newest DEN STARS. Frank answered a few quick questions to help us get to know him better. I hope to see Frank at future DEN events! What is your teaching background/experience? Taught science for 12 years and just recently
If you were like me, you probably didn’t get a chance to participate as much in the DEN Streamathon as you would have liked. Well, lucky for you, the sessions were archived and are now available for your viewing pleasure. Visit this link for information. Enjoy!
Staff Members from the Verona Area School District Learn Creative Ways to Integrate Technology into All Curricular AreasThis summer, nearly 40 staff members representing all schools from the Verona Area School District participated in the 2nd Annual T3 (Transforming Teaching with Technology) laptop program. Members of the T3 laptop program were each issued a mac
If you’re like me, you are on the constant watch for new ideas, websites, and lesson plans. This task can certainly take up a lot of time, which many of don’t have too much of. To the rescue come a few individuals who stand out when it comes to finding and sharing new stuff. Richard
We are all learners. As we scour the web for great things to read and learn, we come across quite a bit of information – some pretty good, some pretty not-so-good. Sifting through it can be rather tough sometimes. We often rely on our friends and colleagues to guide us to new sites or blogs
A week or so ago, Discovery Education gave out their annual DENny awards. There were quite a few categories and I’m proud to announce that our own Rachel Yurk, Chair of the Wisconsin DEN Leadership Council, was one of six educators awarded the Leadership Award! Congratulations Rachel!Several other people I have met have received awards as
I was fortunate event to be the speaker at this month’s Wired Wednesday webinar series, organized by WEMTA. I didn’t spread the news that much about this for a few reasons, one of which I had no idea how things were going to go. I didn’t want a large audience see me drop the ball!
For many districts in Wisconsin, Spring Break is here. While we all look forward to the rest and relaxation this time brings, it’s also a good opportunity to catch up on some reading and some learning. If you’re looking for a few places to keep you busy over the break, check out the following sites,
WEMTA has begun. If you’re at the conference, stop by the Discovery Education booth and pick up a flyer with information on presentations given by STAR educators.