Come Connect in Columbia

The summer workshops with ETV will be taking place this week from July 27-29. Registration has been closed and workshop sessions are full, so we hope you remembered to register early!

Whether or not you’re attending one of the workshops, we would like you to connect with the DEN. If you are not a part of the DEN yet (for some crazy reason), come on out and meet our Leadership Council chair, Amy Dent, and our state Discovery Education representative, Justin Karkow. Amy and Justin will conduct a brief presentation for you after sessions end on Tuesday, July 27th. Information will be posted near the check-in tables at the ETV building.

If you are presenting and are a DEN STAR, let us know! We want to know how our state STARS are shining and helping others to grow. Post a comment below and let us know what sessions you’re facilitating. This would be another great way to connect, so stop by and say hello if you’re already registered to attend.

Come on out and connect with fellow DEN members. Hope to see you there!


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  1. John Woodring said:

    It is going to be a very busy week in Columbia at SCETV’s Summer Workshop. I will be doing presentations on using mobile phones and devices in the classroom Wednesday and Thursday. Also, I will be showing how to incorporate social media into the classroom all three days. Finally, I will be filling in for Digital Portfolios Wednesday and Thursday.

    There will be a special treat for workshop participants. Make sure you get a Gowalla account and download their app on your smart phone. When you do that take the SCETV Summer Workshop 2010 trip while you are in Columbia.

    I am looking forward to seeing old friends and making new ones at the SCETV Summer Workshop.

  2. Jessica Donaldson said:

    Wow! Thanks for sharing, John- I wish I could attend your workshops, I’ve always heard positive comments about them.

    I’m presenting three sessions on Wednesday. The first session is geared toward elementary educators. We will discuss ways you can guide Internet research in the limited time afforded to students (e.g. one computer lab kinds of schools).

    My second session is a sort of “survival guide” for educators who are still unsure about how web 2.0 tools can be integrated into teaching and learning. Then my last session will look at how schools/classrooms can use free resources from Google.

    I think we’re going to have some GREAT discussions!

  3. Norma Rockwell said:

    I’m here!! and learning so much 🙂

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