SCIcon: Jan. 9th at the Connecticut Science Center

The CT Discovery Educator Network (DEN) Leadership Council would like to invite you to an exciting one day conference. Registration is free and includes lunch plus access to the Connecticut Science Center.  You can come for the entire day or for one or two sessions if you like.

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. Come and join fellow educators as we gather for Discovery Education Professional Development at the Connecticut Science Center, 250 Columbus Blvd., Hartford, CT on Saturday, January 9, 2010. Directions are available online. Parking is available at the Science Center for $7.00 for the day. “Go green” and save money by traveling with another teacher or two.

We will virtually connect with thousands of educators from around the world for an amazing day of professional development sessions, networking and sharing. Registration will begin at 8:30. Coffee and tea will be available until 11:00. Lunch will be provided from 11:45-1:00. The conference concludes at 4:00.

Click here to register today.

To learn more about the sessions, click here.

If you can’t attend in person, click here to attend virtually from home.


  • Although you will be provided with a wristband to enter the Science Center, the IMax movies are not included.
  • There are coin-operated lockers available on the main floor should you desire something securely stored.
  • You do not need to bring a laptop because there will be a large screen for viewing. If you prefer to have your laptop, wireless access is available.
  • Sandwich choices for lunch are roast beef, turkey, or portobello mushroom.
  • CEUs will not be provided. If you want CEUs, you will need to request a CEU equivalent activity at your local district.

We hope you can attend and look forward to seeing you there.


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