Tag archives for DEN LC

  1. 1 DP

    Today marks the first day of the DEN Leadership Council Symposium where Rachel Yurk and I will be representing Wisconsin.  We will be discussing ways to improve the each state’s DEN, learn more about roles various people can play within the DEN, and how to get more people involved.  It’s going to be a long […]

  2. PA People in LC

    Growing our Leadership Council for DEN netted some great new PA people to add to the original team. We are grateful to the following team that will strive to bring innovation, creativity, and collaboration to leadership, blogging, and event planning. Here’s your Pennsylvania LC for 2009-2010: Meg Griffin – Chair RJ Stangherlin – Blog Coordinator […]

  3. Going to Celebrate With the WI DEN LC?

    In an earlier post, we told you about a little get together at Friday’s Front Row at Miller Park.  If you are planning on coming to the event, we need you to RSVP so we know numbers ahead of time and can get food ordered. Please RSVP here – https://discoveryed.wufoo.com/forms/wisconsin-miller-park-den-event/

  4. Let's Celebrate

    Hey, the school year is over, let’s celebrate. Reserve JUNE 19th from 2:30-5:00 for a little celebration!  Join some members of the Wisconsin DEN Leadership Council at Friday’s Front Row, inside Miller Park in Milwaukee for a little food, a few refreshments, some learning, and some fun.  We will have a private room with wifi […]

  5. DENny Awards: A Special Thank You

    Without a doubt, we all live busy lives, but for me, May is particularly hectic with our IP presentations occurring at the end of the month. Despite blogging several times about the DENny Awards, I missed the webinar because I was presenting 3 Technology in Education Awards to deserving seniors at Salisbury High School at […]

  6. WI Blog to Follow

    Cathy Houchin (Watertown, WI & part of our WI DEN Leadership Council) has been adding some things to her http://blog.discoveryeducation.com/houchinc/. She has a great post on using Audacity (which we use for our Lab Out Loud podcast) and another post on 180 Technology Tips. Follow her RSS feed at http://blog.discoveryeducation.com/houchinc/feed/ Who else from Wisconsin has been blogging (either […]

  7. 30 Years of Change

    As I start my 29th year of teaching, I am reminded of all the changes that have occurred in the classroom.  I know I have had many different hair styles and colors, eventually going back to the original color. I began teaching in high heels and now have come back down to reality.  But the biggest changes […]