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Geocaching in Beautiful Charleston, South Carolina

Geocaching in Beautiful Charleston, South Carolina

The South Carolina DEN invites you to join us for a day of outdoor fun and learning for Geocaching Day on May 19th!  This year we will meet in beautiful, historic downtown Charleston (at Battery Park- pronounced Bat-Ree for you out-of-towners) to find hidden caches that are part of a book tour.  If you don’t know much

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Spring Virtual & Live Social Summit in WI

Saturday April 21st 8:00AM – 1:00 PM Join us Live  or Virtually!   The Discovery Educator Network is mixing it up a little this spring and trying something different. Instead of the typical Spring Virtual Conference, the DEN has partnered with Classroom 2.0 to present the Social Learning Summit. This event will take the place of the

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Discovery and iPads

Saturday March 24th, educators from around the state learned ways to integrate Discovery and iPads into their instruction. Here are just some of the resources that were shared – Resource list. Thank you to Discovery for sponsoring this wonderful event full of learning, sharing, and collaborating. Stay tuned for an upcoming event in April!

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Win a FLIP Camera at Annual CUE 2012!

DEN STARs – are you going to Annual CUE 2012 in Palm Springs? Join the Discovery Educator Network California Leadership Council for an evening of networking, fun, prizes, and more!  We’ll celebrate DEN STARs with learning stations showcasing multimedia integration and the best of DEN. And don’t be tardy for the party – we’ll raffle

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Re: Dr. Lodge Video Challenge

Dear Community, It has come to our attention that some of you have been wrestling with our upload tool for the Dr. Lodge Video Contest. Uh-oh! While we are impressed with your persistance and stick-to-it-ness, we do apologize for the struggle.  We have called-in IT for support (yeah that’s right, even the techies call for

The STEM Diva: Patti Duncan

Creating an Integrated STEM Curriculum with Patti Duncan

STEM is a mindset, a way of thinking, and Patti Duncan says there are a lot of misconceptions of what STEM really is. STEM requires kids to think, be independent workers who can also collaborate, but skill sets are important and need to be learned in a relevant way. That way to integration within the

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The Collective Brain (AKA Things I’ve Learned from 5000 Teachers): Lance Rougeux

Lance began with e.ggtimer.com for the classic times for classroom use. Yasiv lets you enter a book and you get a visualization of related books. The visual organizer is animated and a very useful tool, despite grade level. Copyright and Creative Commons, explained by the folks of Common Craft. For simple explanations in Plain English,

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Join Discovery Education at TCEA!

Download a printable version of Discovery Education’s TCEA corporate room schedule here: DiscoveryEducation_2012_TCEA_flyer Discovery Education will be in lots of places at TCEA – from the exhibit floor (booth #1551), to featured sessions from Hall and Steve, to our very own room at the Austin Hilton where we’ll be doing sessions all day, every day,

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