Tag archives for Webinar

  1. 5th Annual Discovery Education Streamathon

    The 5th annual Discovery Education Streamathon is September 14, 2010. There is a full day of information-packed sessions on how to integrate DE streaming and the newest online technologies used by today’s media-savvy students into classroom instruction. Come join us in the learning! The link to register is: http://links.discoveryeducation.com/streamathon2010 Here’s the schedule…. Come for an hour […]

  2. Webinar with Build it Bigger's Danny Forster

    Mark your calendars! At 1pm ET on Monday, September 13thDanny 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 the mathematics at its foundation, and he’s excited to share! As the host […]

  3. DEN Summer School Webinars

    Hey! The first two weeks of DEN Summer School sessions have been archived and are available. There are two easy ways to find them. You can click on the Summer School 2010 tab on the DEN blog. OR you can click on the category Webinar Archives to see all of the archives even from webinars that aren’t part of […]

  4. Discovery Education August Featured Webinars

        Come join the learning for Discovery’s FREE Webinars.   Webinar Topics Include: 1. DEN Summer School Webinar Series - Devoted to Digital Storytelling, Personal Learning Networks and Project Based Learning.  To see a full list of times and dates and to register for this session, click here: http://links.discoveryeducation.com/DENSummerSchool 2.  Back to School with Discovery Education […]

  5. ABCs of Using Technology to Improve Students' Writing Skills

    If you missed the webinar on using technology to improve students’ writing skills (I did; how bad is that for an English teacher), then you have a chance to view the archive file at your leisure. Reposted from the DEN National blog. Here are the links to the videos from this webinar: Door Scene Pictures […]

  6. Geek Logik: How Math Can Solve Your Everyday Problems

    Yesterday, Hall Davidson‘s webinar’s design targeted educators. Tonight’s webinar, presented by Garth Sundem focuses on the classroom. Can I whet your math appetite? Register now and please join us tonight at 7 PM (ET). Self-professed math geek and author of Geek Logik Garth Sundem will use humor to show students how they can use math […]

  7. Using Technology to Create New Knowledge

    Please join us and register today! From the Siemens STEM Academy comes a great webinar Monday, March 8, 2010, at 7 PM (ET). Our very own inimical Hall Davidson is the presenter, and that alone should pack the virtual house. Here’s another reason (well, several) why you should attend this webinar (it’s not all about […]

  8. We Missed You at PETE&C!

    Love that picture! The information below is outdated, but the image of the man is spot on. Matt “Mojo” Monjan is reprising his Bend It…BreakIt…Bust It Loose ~ 10 Ways DE Streaming Will Change the Way You Teach by popular demand. You might wonder why we are covering this presentation when Patti Duncan did such […]

  9. Reprising Matt Monjan's "Bend It…Break It..Bust It Lose: 10 Ways DE Streaming Will Change the Way You Teach

    Nothing, absolutely nothing, succeeds like success (well, okay, maybe money too). So it totally does not surprise me that the huge demand for Matt Monjan’s DEN PreCon at PETE&C presentation is being reprised in a webinar. See, we listen. Discovery ALWAYS does! You asked for it; you got it! Patti Duncan microblogged Matt’s presentation using […]

  10. DEN LC Insider Info

    Scott Kinney, Vice-President of Professional Develepment and Outreach at Discovery, opened the DEN LC New Year with a DEN Leadership Council Insider webinar, an event that Discovery will reprise monthly for whole council webinars Although these webinars are intended for DEN LCs, DEN STARS are welcome to attend as well. Lance Rougeux began by thanking […]

  11. DEN SciCon 2010

    Today was an all day online free conference sponsored by the DEN, focusing on transforming science classes through the use of digital media.  I was not able to attend one of the many live events that occurred all around the country but I did get to attend from home.  Some of the presenters were Lance Rougeux, Brad […]

  12. DEN SciCon 2010

      Saturday, January 9, 2010 9 AM to 4 PM ET Drop by for an hour or stay for the whole day! It’s virtual and it’s FREE! Register at: http://links.discoveryeducation.com/denscicon. About DEN SCIcon DEN SCIcon 2010 is an online conference (with a twist) focused on providing participants with some of the most effective strategies for […]

  13. The New Permanent Record with Steve Dembo

    Steve Dembo’s slides from Media Share for The New Permanent Record In partnership with Comcast from Discovery Education, this newest partnership is geared to students, teachers, and parents in Indiana, to provide great resources for this state. Available for Comcast subscribers, this service provides a web-based, online, on-demand library of DE resources of local, national, […]

  14. The STARS Are Shining Tonight

    In this very special edition of Shining STARs, tonight at 7 PM we are featuring students from the Wilkes/Discovery Education Instructional Media program, who will be sharing some of the best projects that they’ve created during their coursework. Be prepared to be dazzled! You still have time to register. Vince Hill is the Director of […]

  15. Chris Dede: New Strategies for Educational Assessment

    Just in case you missed Discovery Education’s Kick Off of their EdTechConnect Webinar Series with Chris Dede, it will be available shortly at the DEN Archives. Modern interactive media (e.g., wikis, social tagging systems, multi-player games, augmented realities) allow capturing rich streams of data about student actions while learning. Analyzing this multi-dimensional data can provide […]

  16. H1N1 Webinar Archive Now Available!

    Reposted from DEN National Blog We had a fantastic turnout yesterday for our webinar about H1N1.  Over 10,000 students from around the globe participated!  In case you missed it, you can view the archived version on the Ready Classroom website. Just click on Make a Plan and select H1N1 Webcast.