What a terrific evening here in Waltham, MA on the campus of Bentley University for the start of this year’s Leadership Symposium. 75 educators from around the country have come together to discuss education, pedagogy, philosophy, and where we go from here. The evening kicked off with an indoor bar-b-q and trading of state gifts.
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I just love attending conferences when I have the presenter’s materials at my fingertips. Even better if the materials are online, embeddable, with samples, additional resources, and alternatives. Best case scenario: I have the information before the presentation. Guess that’s why I always enjoy seeing Jennifer Brinson‘s name on a workshop, webinar, or conference. It
To see this Glogster page bigger, click here. If you’re a new PA DEN STAR, get to know the three women who help make our PA DEN LC so AWESOME! Thanks, Meg, RJ, & Patti!
RJ has been the heart of our PA blog for the past year. She not only keeps you up to date on the events in PA, but national events as well. All this, teaching and managing a llama farm! She organized the team to blog different events at PETE&C so you can have notes from
What do tech-savvy teachers do when school is cancelled? A. Sleep in B. Catch up on emails C. Use their children as guinea pigs D. Try out new web tools E. ALL OF THE ABOVE I am taking a wild guess that many of you chose E. ( unless you don’t have children) With the exception
Yesterday, I got an email that was obviously a forward from a co-worker. I can’t stand those forwards with the funny subject lines. For some reason, I opened it. I am so glad that I did, because the resource she shared was so exciting…totally up my alley. HERE IT IS! http://www.newseum.org/todaysfrontpages/flash/default.asp As a teacher, I
Join the DEN community for our first ever Science-themed virtual conference! From 9 AM to 4 PM (ET) on Saturday, January 9, 2010 we will explore creative ways to use the amazing resources available in DE Science and DE streaming. We will also tap into the abundance of free resources available through Discovery Education programs and contests like
What a great place to hold an event for Discovery Education…a school. No room fees, no charge for Internet, and we even get to sit in those little chairs. I was pretty pumped up when I found out that Propel Montour would be hosting this very unique virtual conference on January 9th. Even though it is
If you are not overwhelmed from the holiday that was and the ones to come, mark your calendar for the DENs first-ever science-themed virtual conference – SCIcon 2010 – on January 9, 2010. Discovery is waiting on confirmation from one of our presenters and then we will post the final agenda at: http://blog.discoveryeducation.com/scienceinaction/denscicon. Registration is