With the Fall Virtual Conference coming up later this month (Saturday October 23 for 6 hours of non-stop professional development!), its time to take a look at some of the webinars being hosted by Discovery Education. You can log into your DE Streaming account and find the entire list by clicking on the DEN link
(Reposted from Porter Palmer on the DEN National blog) Mark your calendars! At 1pm ET on Monday, September 13th Danny Forster from the Science Channel’s Build It Bigger is joining us for a special webinar event “A New Way to Look at Architecture.” Danny loves architecture, from the curve of a building’s roof line to
We have been using DE Assessment in our middle school for four years. The data we receive from the assessment results is absolutely essential to our “data-based” school improvement. The state of TN is working now to devise an assessment from the Department of Education. Of course, the easiest way to make that happen is
They say you should never start a speech with an apology. I’m not sure if that applies to blogs or not. If it does, then I apologize for apologizing up front. I’m late in getting this post up from our Day of Discovery at Franklin High School in Franklin, TN. So let’s give you a
DE Streaming has changed some of the formatting and flexibility in areas such as My Content and the Builders. These changes have really made DE Streaming even easier to use than ever before. With school about to start again in some parts of the country (and especially in TN), we thought we would add some
The DEN LCs had representation from all across the country at this past week’s LC Symposium at Bentley University in Waltham, MA. I have to admit, I was a little skeptical at first about the decision to house the symposium here, but it only took about half a day for me to realize my fears
Today was our “unconference” day. It is one of the best things the DEN has started at these little annual meetings of ours. Last night, a long line of people stood before the group and announced something they would like to work on. Each of us wrote that down on a piece of card stock.
Our first full day at the DEN LC Symposium kicked off this morning with Dr. Lodge McCammon. Personally, I had never been in a session with Lodge. So, I wasn’t really sure what to expect. Yet, everyone who has been in his workshops before have just bragged and bragged and bragged about it. I’m glad
I feel a little remiss not posting more to the TN DEN blog as I enjoy the hot summer days of ISTE 2010 in DENver, CO. Most of my reflections and notes are made on my personal blog since I set that up as an ISTE blog before the conference. However, I did want to
Martin Institute for Teaching Excellence Providing world-class professional development opportunities for educators. Tags: Center=Charity=Foundation, Professional-Development, Conference=Convention, Memphis – By Clif Mims Posted from Diigo. The rest of TN DEN LC group favorite links are here.