Tag archives for Presentations

  1. Investigation Discovery Presents Bestselling Author Webinar Series

    Bring your aspiring writers to a series of very special webinars on with bestselling authors, Sandra Brown, Sara Paretsky, and Harlan Coben. The authors will share their personal journeys of becoming a writer and provide valuable insights to students who have a passion for writing. They will also discuss the role that creativity plays in […]

  2. Another Fun-Filled Educational Day at the Summer Institute

    The DEN Summer Institute 2010 – Day 3 by Sarah Thompson Today was an amazing, fun-filled, educational day! I experienced a full FIZZ workshop with Dr. Lodge McCammon. We started off our session with a video scavenger hunt. The goal – to capture a 30 second one take video of 10 different ideas. Each idea […]

  3. Special Webinar with Betselling Canadian Author Don Tapscott

      Bestselling author, Don Tapscott, adjunct Professor of Management at the University of Toronto, hosts a special Webinar, part of EdTechConnect Webinar series, where he will discuss MacroWikinomics, its impact on the world of education and the implications it holds for the future. MacroWikinomics: Rebooting Business and the World is the sequal to the groundbreaking […]

  4. Excited To See You at ISTE 2010!

    It’s that time again! Time to jump for joy! It’s not too late to join Discovery Education and all of the fun activities at the upcoming ISTE Conference.   Not only do we have events during the ISTE Conference but even before! Join us for a day of networking, creativity, and connections at the Denver […]

  5. Steve Dembo..Mr. Internet?

    Lloyd Roche, organizer of the Evergreen School Division’s Riding the Wave of Change technology conference chats with keynote speakers Shann McGrail and Steve Dembo. (picture by Roger Newman) I had the pleasure of hearing Steve Dembo’s keynote at the Ride the Change Technology Conference in Gimli, Manitoba Canada. Steve blew everyone away and the conference […]

  6. Spring Virtual Conference Countdown

    Time is running out. Have you registered to attend the Spring Virtual Conference on Saturday? It’s not to late to register to participate online or to join one of the in-person events. You don’t want to miss Connections, Conversations, and Collaborations: Creating a Personal Learning Network That Works For You at 9am ET by DEN […]

  7. Region 11 Summer Media Adventure

    Ft Worth TX was the place to be on Friday as the Region 11 team hosted its annual Summer Media Adventure.  Molly and I thoroughly enjoyed visiting with everybody and seeing all of the great ways that teachers are using digital media in the classroom.  For those of you who attended the 50 Ways to […]

  8. A BIG time in the “Little Apple!”

    If you ever want to visit a town that oozes with character, be sure to visit Manhattan Kansas, home of the K-State Wildcats! In addition to being the “Little Apple,” the streets are filled with purple passers by and some of the nicest students you will ever meet. Our time in Manhattan was filled with […]

  9. METC Conference

    Had a great time presenting at METC. With over 6 inches of snow during the two days the cab ride in was a little scary, and we had fun pushing the car up the hill after our DEN dinner. The sponsors from CSD were tremendous and I cannot thank them enough for considering me when […]

  10. Present across state boundries!

    If you’re a STAR Discovery Educator, then you already know just how valuable connecting with other teachers can be.  You already realize just how much you can learn from other educators, as well as how much they can learn from you.  So this year, why not try your hand at presenting?  Register to present something […]

  11. Professional Development, Networking and Fun in Virginia!

    Today, I had the pleasure to speak with about two hundred educators during the National Teacher Training Institute (NTTI) at James Madison University in Harrisonburg, Virginia.  Hosted by Virginia’s Public Television station (WVPT), this event provides educators with the opportunity to engage in meaningful professional development, network with like minded peers and have a little […]

  12. Reaching for the STARS in New Hampshire

    Today, I had the pleasure to meet several incredible teachers representing multiple New England States at the 2005 Christa McAuliffe Technology Conference.  During our time together, we examined ways in which unitedstreaming, along with other free web-based technologies, can support their efforts in providing curriculum materials appropriate for their increasingly diverse classrooms.  As promised, I […]