Tag Archives: Leadership Team

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Discover Our Heroes

Discover Our Heroes

Day of Discovery Event:  Discover Our Heroes (sponsored by Discovery Education and the Kansas Discovery Educator Network Leadership Council) When:  Saturday, November 6th Where:  Bradley Elementary School, Fort Leavenworth, Kansas Time:  8:30 – 2:30 Cost:  FREE (lunch will be provided) Join us for a day of Discovery Education and Digital Storytelling at Bradley Elementary, located

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New Year New Star

As we kick-off the 2010-2011 school year the Kansas Leadership Council will be looking to highlight KS DEN STAR members new and old.  We start of this year asking that you please welcome Tom Angelo to the Kansas Discovery Educators Network “STAR” family.  Keep checking back for new postings as we look to host events

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An Evening at Fablevision

The Leadership Council members at this year’s symposium started the day with a 3-hour session of FIZZ with, Dr. Lodge McCammon. We actively learned about user-created videos in the classroom. There were a lot of creative ideas coming from the groups, and the products were just awesome. After a great morning with Lodge McCammon, we

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TWEET FOR EDTECH TODAY!!

Join in the following initiative in support of Ed Tech funding sponsored by CoSN, and the EdTech Action Network:   Join the campaign! Today, MAY 12, advocates from across the country are tweeting for education technology funding. Funding for classroom technology is in jeopardy, but together we can make our tweets heard and urge Congress

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DEN MACE2010 Details

Here are the session details and time slots as promised in the “First STAR” blog post.  Please understand that Jennifer Dorman and Brad Hagaman will be presenting only on Thursday in “Banquet Room C”.  Therefore, be sure to come by and catch the fantastic sessions being offered.  If you can not attend MACE but want

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Are You Up for the Challenge?

The Siemens We Can Change the World Challenge is Now Open for Grades K-8: Are You Up for the Challenge? A Rewarding and Unique Opportunity For Your Students. Join the nation’s premier sustainability challenge where students create solutions to environmental problems in their own backyard. Give your students the chance to make a difference in

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"Thinking Big as the World Gets Small"

Hall Davidson provided the keynote for the MACE conference at KSU in Manhattan on March 5, 2009. As usual, Hall’s energy and enthusiasm were contagious as teachers laughed and learned how today’s technologies can (and should) engage and teach a new generation of students. Watch the ustream of the keynote at: http://www.ustream.tv/dmantz7/videos Thanks Dean for

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