DEN Virtual Conference – April 25th

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Spring Into Action with the DEN and join thousands of educators who are passionate about integrating media into their instruction and collaborating with each other to improve student achievement. During this unique (and free) professional development event you have the flexibility to attend online or in-person at one of many regional events hosted by the DEN Leadership Councils including the New York DEN Leadership Council! (See below)

When? Saturday, April 25, 2009
9 AM to 3 PM EDT

At Home, Panera Bread – Scarsdale or CW Post LIU – Brookville Campus

How much? Free.


9-10 AM Keynote: The Benjamin Button Effect – Presented by Lance Rougeux

10-11 AMVirtual Breakout: Turning Data Into Action: Exploring the reporting features of Discovery Education streaming – Presented by Matt Monjan

11-12 PMVirtual Breakout: Sowing Seeds of Success: Projects, Ideas and Tips from STAR Discovery Educators

12-1 PMKeynote: Building School 2.0 – Presentedby Chris Lehmann

1-2 PMVirtual Breakout: Closing the Global Achievement Gap: Beyond Test-Prep, Toward Life-Prep – Presented by Brad Fountain

2- 3 PMVirtual Breakout: The Impact of IT in RTI – Presented by Hardin Daniel

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New York Events – CELEBRATING the Virtual Conference

Jeaninne Shields will be hosting an event from 9 – 3 pm at Panera Bread in Scarsdale.

Christine Southard will be hosting an event from 12:00 – 3 pm at CW Post / Long Island University in the David B. Schwartz Library. The event will be held in room 314 on the 2nd floor. *Choose the Long Island event when registering

Breakfast, lunch and prizes will be provided for FREE.

*Both Panera and CW Post have wifi access. Please BYOL (Bring Your Own Laptop) and Headphones 

Click here to register. We look forward to seeing you!

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  1. Mary Louise Haley said:

    I am very interested in the data and reporting features and the role of technology in RTI.

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