You don’t want to miss Connections, Conversations, and Collaborations: Creating a Personal Learning Network That Works For You at 9am ET by DEN Guru Lee Kolbert. In this session, we’ll explore online tools where you can reach out to connect and build your own Personal Learning Network (PLN), tailored to your needs.
At 10am ET, Discovery Education’s Matt Monjan is sharing Homework Gone Digital. Learn how to differentiate your instruction and connect with your students using the Discovery Education Student Center.
Dean Shareski will make the case that everyone needs to be a networked learner at 11am ET in When You’re Not the Smartest Person in the Room.
At noon, we’re thrilled to have Christina Asquith, author of “Sisters in War: A Story of Love, Family and Survival in the New Iraq” presenting Cell Phones, Internet and Oprah: How the US Presence in Iraq Has Affected Women’s Lives.
Discovery Education’s Lindsay Hopkins will lead us as we explore Discovery Education through the lens of Language Learners and see how digital media and technology can engage and benefit students from all backgrounds at 1pm ET. Join us for Connecting Language Learners to the Curriculum through Digital Media.
At 2pm ET, DEN STAR Carol Anne McGuire will Rock OUR World by sharing how K-12 students have rocked their world by solving real problems while composing music, making movies and learning about each other in live video conferences.
Then at 3pm the DEN’s Lance Rougeux will close the day with DEN in Ten. Come explore all of the benefits the DEN offers and take a look at the many events planned for 2010.
OK, so that’s a packed day of fun and learning! What are you waiting on? Get registered!