Tag Archives: NJ DEN Events

Philly Flips for the Frog Man!

Another week, another GREAT Discovery Education Event! On Tuesday, May 20th, I had the pleasure of attending a private reception and screening for Discovery’s new show When We Left Earth: The NASA Missions’ which details 50 historic years in space.I was among the first to view archival NASA footage that has never been seen before

"Crab? Does anyone have any crab?"

The following post is from one of our new STAR members, Stacy Kasse That was the question of the night posed by Captain Sig Hansen, one of the captains of the popular Discovery Network show, “Deadliest Catch” Tuesday night at the Sampson Street Oyster House. CAPTAIN Andy Hillstrand The captains mixed and mingled with guests

And the winners are…

    Congrats to Stacy Kasse, Meg Griffin and Eric Strommer whose names were picked from the crab pot to attend the dinner with the captains of Discovery Channel’s Deadliest Catch!  Have fun everyone & don’t forget to share pictures with the rest of us (upload to flickr & tag DEN or Discovery Educator Network) 

A Virtual Success!

 A thousand thank yous to everyone who made the 1st Annual DEN Virtual conference such a smashing success! On a personal note, a special shout out to Bev Plein for hosting us Jersey Girls at her school in North Jersey 🙂   We had a great time “sitting in” on all of the conference events

Why I think the DEN Virtual Conference is important & what it means to me to participate:

First of all, it’s FREE! And, like many other events in the emerging field of online professional development, the conference will be run by VOLUNTEERS! These volunteers are educators who have decided to take hold of the reigns of professional development and become masters of their own destiny- and help provide the tools for their

NJECC Confirms Keynote

The NJECC Annual Conference on March 18, 2008 at Montclair State University will feature Marc Prensky as the keynote speaker. For further information on this conference, The Natives are Restless: Growing Up in a Web 2.0 World, check out the NJECC Conference site.