DEN SCIcon 2010 in Knoxville

Discovery Education is sponsoring a virtual science-themed conference on Saturday, January 9.  In our usual fashion, we are offering a “live” presentation of the conference that will include all of the virtual workshops as well as several live breakout sessions that will help you implement the new science standards (and other curricula, too!).

DEN SCIcon 2010 is an online conference (with a twist) focused on providing participants with some of the most effective strategies for transforming their science classes through the meaningful and effective integration of digital media content.  Join thousands of educators from around the world for an amazing day of professional development sessions, networking and sharing.

The virtual workshops are listed below.  Live workshops are yet to be announced.


9 AM
Change the Present, Change the Future

10 AM
No Paper Left Behind: A New Age of Science Instruction

11 AM
Hands-On Digital

12 PM
Polar Bears in a Changing Climate
featuring STAR Discovery Educator Julene Reed

1 PM
Where Do Old Sneakers Go to Die?  Real-World Science

2 PM
Teaching Process Skills with the Mythbusters

3 PM
Do Try This at Home: Fun, Easy and Effective Experiments for Your Students

The live edition of SCIcon 2010 is slated to be held at the Sarah Simpson Technology and Professional Development Center.  Registration will begin at 8:30 and the first session starts at 9.  The day will conclude around 4 PM.

You can register for the Knoxville LIVE session here.


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