May Days' Webinars

The DEN has an amazing lineup of webinars to wrap this month of exciting May Days’ webinars.

The Science of Food

Thursday, May 13, 2010 1 PM ET
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Let’s start with a Siemens STEM offering. You do want to check out this wonderful webinars, blogs, and STEM resources that our PA DEN GURU Patti Duncan manages as our science specialist and STEM blogger.


Explore the science of food with Planet Green‘s Homaro Cantu and Ben Roche!


Get your students excited about the science behind the foods they eat!

Is it possible to save fuel by downloading pizza off the internet or reduce landfill mass by making edible packing peanuts? Join the hosts of Planet Green’s Future Food, chefs Homaro Cantu and Ben Roche, as they explore the science of healthy and sustainable eating. In this live, interactive webinar, “molecular gastronomists” Homaro and Ben will excite students about chemistry by demonstrating how science can be used to create unimaginable, edible 21st century creations. Your students will walk away with a better understanding of sustainability and the science behind the foods they eat today and might eat in the future as they watch Homaro and Ben conduct live experiments such as carbonating a grape in a balloon and sweetening lemonade without sugar. This is an event not to be missed!

Geocaching 101
Thursday, May 13, 2010 7 PM ET
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Join DEN STAR Bridget Belardi as she answers what is geocaching and how do I get started.

Curricular Connections of Geocaching

Monday, May 17, 2010 7 PM ET
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If you missed STAR Conni Mulligan‘s geocaching webinar, you still have time to get ready for the DEN Geocaching Day, May 22 with a timely webinar with STAR Tom Turner, Monday, May 17 at 7 PM ET. Now that you know what geocaching is, join Tom as he shows you interesting ways to integrate geocaching into your curriculum. For more information check out DEN Geocaching Day on the blog

EdTechConnect with Peggy Sheehy
Wednesday, May 19 at 7 PM ET

Second Annual DENny Awards
Tuesday, May 25 at 7 PM ET

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