Pictures are worth a 1000 words – National DEN Institute Inspiring

Cimg0593The First Discovery Educator National InstituteJuly 11-14, 2006 Cimg0598_2Cimg0730Cimg0744_1Cimg0752_2

Meet the amazing Discovery leaders – Ron Reed, Coni Rechner, Scott Kinney, Betsy Whalen, Steve Dembo, Hall Davidson and Lance RougeuxCimg0604_1Cimg0633Cimg0636


Meet Discovery Educators from across the country who know the power of collaboration — and swap stories, share dreams, develop new friends, explore Washington, D.C. and Silver Spring


Cimg0692  Be treated to a special screening of the Discovery Channel’s new fall HDTV series, Atlas: China which gave DEN Educators an insider’s tour of China. Wow… stunning, eye-opening, touching. Have a lively discussion with the producer and the program’s marketing director. Very cool!

Brainstorm with Alan November, one of countries most provocative educational technology leaders and be sure to check out Alan’s "Fearless Learners and Courage Teachers" webcast!

Consider reading (beyond The World is Flat )the following books this summer…

Blink – Malcolm Gladwell

The Tipping Point:  How Little Things Can Make a Big Difference – Malcolm Gladwell

Blogs, Wikis, Podcasts, and Other Powerful Web Tools for Classrooms – Will Richardson

Don’t Bother Me Mom–I’m Learning – Marc Presnky

Empowering Students with Technology – Alan November

Learn how to podcast with Steve Dembo who inspired us to create DEN podcasts.

Immerse ourselves in the history, culture, and community —Cimg0590_1 Washington, DC and Silver Spring, MD and produce a team project tCimg0674o inspire ourselves and our students – more on our team projects coming soon!Cimg0658 



Have Cimg0617fun… learn… share…grow!

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Help make this world a BETTER PLACE…be part of the solution

Making Change for Katrina and the Global Education Partnership.


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  1. Julia said:

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