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Why Reinvent the Wheel

Last night, as part of the DEN LC 2010, we spent the night at FableVision with Peter Reynolds.  Rather than here about the night in my words, I’m going to point you to the Pennsylvania DEN Blog for a nice recap and the Tennessee DEN Blog for another.

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LC Symposium Day 1

The DEN Leadership Council Symposium is underway.  We started the morning today with a cafeteria style breakfast (scrambled eggs, sausage, pancakes, etc.) outside under a big tent due to water issues in the university cafeteria.  We shared the tent with a ton of kids – all attending Bentley for various camps.  There were girls attending

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A Legend Among Us!

Who knew it? We have a legend in our midst. At last week’s DENny Awards our one and only RJ Stangherlin was awarded one of two DENny Legend Awards. Steve Dembo introduced the new awards by explaining that a legend is someone who is retiring or has made a significant contribution to the DEN. He

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Let's Grow the WI DEN LC

As we approach the DEN’s fifth birthday it is very easy to see that the community is stronger than ever.  And it’s not because of us.  It’s because of you.  There are many ways to participate in the community from being a DEN member online to an active STAR to our latest level, DEN Guru. 

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OMG! My wife shaved her hair off!

How is that title for an attention getter?  Well, it is absolutely true.  My wife of 7 years shaved her beautiful brown hair off.  What was she thinking?  Mid-life crisis? A new look? Getting a motorcycle?( I wish!) Over the past 2 weeks I have been asked all of the questions I just posed to

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Growing the DEN PA Leadership Council

In an email from Lance Rougeux, Director, Discovery Educator Network, came the annual invitation to continue your membership in DEN Leadership Councils, begin your participation, and select the role you would like to take in directing your state’s LC. From years of being a part of the Discovery Education community, which actually feels more like

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