Tag archives for Educational Blogs

  1. Things I Think You Should Read

    Here’s the next installment of Things I Think You Should Read. Check out this cool book trailer website.  Some of the trailers are made by the media specialist, some are made by students.  Excellent stuff.  The audience is mainly upper elementary and middle school. Doug Johnson thinks we should let kids use the internet for non-school purposes.  I […]

  2. More Things I Think You Should Read

    Here’s the next installment of our new feature. Not so great news about the financial situation in Milwaukee and how it’s impacting young teachers.  I’m sure this is happening all over the place.  I’m not going to consider reading the public comments because all it’s going to do is bash teachers. Are We Addicted to the […]

  3. Time to Catch Up

    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, […]

  4. DEN VC at New Berlin Eisenhower

    Looking for a great professional development opportunity?  How about a FREE day of professional development? Participate in the DEN Virtual Conference on Saturday, April 25th at New Berlin Eisenhower High School. Here you will have a chance to have fun with other great teachers and immerse yourself in a great learning experience.  The day will […]

  5. 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 […]

  6. Infinite Thinking Machine Blog: Wow!

    Check out the Infinite Thinking Machine as this is one ed blog that you will DEFINITELY want to subscribe to today!  I love the SHOWS hosted and produced by Chris Walsh of WestEd.    The show notes are full of information and links to innovative educational tools and resources…start with textmapping, mashups, and seeing what […]

  7. Steve Hargadon – An educational treasure!

    I love great educational resources and the power of collaboration.  That’s what’s so cool about the Discovery Educator Network!  And, also one of the reasons why I applied for the position of Wisconsin DEN Field Manager… collaboration is how educators survive the uphill challenges we face.    Just found Steve Hargadon‘s tremendous podcast and blogging […]