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DENSI 2012 Day 1,2,3

DENSI 2012 Day 1,2,3

What I Learned at Summer Camp DENSI 2012 Back in April, I was honored to be chosen as a DEN Summer Institute attendee in Bozeman Montana. This year, DEN Boasted the largest Summer institute with over 70 active LC members as well as a healthy mix of new Star Educators. Networking with so many new

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DENSI daily recap – day one

As Jannita Demian said, Discovery is all about wide open opportunities. Beautiful Bozeman, Montana seems to be the perfect place for educators to explore them. The first day of DENSI started off with registration, a photo op with Lance Rougeux and a networking activity during dinner. Participants had the opportunity to talk to and get

An impressive DE presence at ASCD

#ASCDCurios(ity)?

Are you curious about the DEN’s presence at ASCD? Wonder no longer. Here’s the schedule of featured and concurrent speakers and what’s going on in the Discovery Corporate Room. They include a stellar list with Opening Keynote Reed Timmer, Hall Davidson, Steve Dembo,  Jannita Demian, Shanika Hope, Susanne Meixsell, Brad Fountain, Jason Altman, and Ginny Washburne.

Reed Timmer, Storm Chaser Meterologist

Reed Timmer: Technology and Extreme Storm Chasing Go Hand in Hand

Reed Timmer, Discovery Education‘s Chief Meteorologist and Discovery Channel’s Storm Chasers opens the PETE&C 2012 Conference by reminding us technology and extreme storm chasing go hand in hand. Reed notes everyone uses their storm and tornado footage because it is simply the best. A thoroughly entertaining and exciting presentation, Reed shows us tornado fury and

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Closing the DEN SCICon with Stormchaser Reed Timmer: Into the Storm ~ Following the Love of Science

Brad Fountain Leave it to the DEN SciCon to deliver professional development that is relevant, authentic, inquiry-based, global, and interactive with the best-in-the-business presenters. Add to that streaming live. Love it. Always appreciate when you can find everything in one place. That’s just one of the things I love about Discovery Education. Another is this

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