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MacGyver Mindset Comes to DENvice

While we probably can’t tell you how to build a spaceship out of a rubber band, a pencil and chewing gum, we can offer you simple, clever tips for your classroom. Our new weekly Star Tip feature will share quick and easy solutions for everyday classroom needs, including everything from building a tripod out of

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Flu Season Tips from DE!

Original post written by Kelsey Johnson Have you noticed a rise in student absences lately? Sniffling and coughing while students are “silently” doing their work? Maybe you are just returning to the classroom after spending a week in bed? If the flu hasn’t reached you yet, we want to remind you and your students of

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Venice Beach Photowalk – CHANGE OF DATE – December 18, 2010

Join DEN Members for a morning of photography, networking, and fun, all while adding more resources to the DEN library of media! DEN STAR and digital photography expert Ken Shelton will be on hand to lead us on a photowalk – the same route that was part of the Worldwide Photowalk this summer. We’ll explore

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FIZZ

A new licensing agreement with Discovery Education will bring the music and methods of Dr. Lodge McCammon within reach of a million teachers around the world. McCammon, a curriculum and contemporary media specialist in the Friday Institute for Education Innovation, brings 21st century tools into the classroom. He’s a proponent of making classroom videos and

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Day in the Life of a Discovery Educator.

Check out the  Day in the Life of a Discovery Educator created by Steve Dembo! Is this teacher you? Please share how you use Discovery Education to enhance your students interest in learning. Would you like to be this teacher, but need to learn more about Discovery Education? If so, contact your  Technology Integration Specialist

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Shorten URLs

Do you have trouble coping and pasting long URLs in emails only to have them break or realize there is a typo, after you sent the URL? By entering a URL in a text field, a tiny URL will  be created and to some extent it can be customized.  Most of the URLs created will

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