CT DEN SCICon Registration Is Now Open

I am very pleased to announce that the CT DEN leadership council will be hosting a live event for the SCICon virtual conference at the Mark Twain House in Hartford on Saturday, January 28, 2012.

DEN SCIcon focuses 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.

Click here to register.

General Agenda (all times ET)

9 AM
Opening Session
Your Attention Please: 10 Ways to Engage Your Students in Science
Lance Rougeux

10 AM
Inquiring Minds Want to Know: Student Learning through Inquiry-based Instruction
Trinette Green

11 AM
What’s the GIST? Bridging Literacy and Science
Brad Fountain

12 PM
The Common Core Connection
Kelly Pauling

1 PM
Busting the Myths of Project Based Learning in the Science Classroom
Mike Bryant

2 PM
Closing Session
The Scientific Method… It’s Not Just For Chapter One Anymore
Patti Duncan

In addition to a great day of professional development and networking, everyone who joins us will be able to tour the Mark Twain House, one of CT’s historical landmarks. There is a limit of fifty people for this event, so be sure to register early.  There is NO CHARGE for you to attend, but you must register. Morning beverages and box lunch will be provided. We will maintain a wait list once we reach the maximum registration. To register for the DEN SCICon, please click here. For information about the Mark Twain House, click here.



    • Dave said:

      In order to get a pass code for Discovery Education products you need to talk to the account administrator in your district. They will have the codes.

  1. tire registration said:

    Website address registration is full of tricks and pitfalls. Always verify what you get finally and never go only for cheap rates. Sometimes it is worth the effort to pay higher fees for real quality work. The general complications that arise as a consequence of registering with malafide registrars are many and damaging. The unscrupulous registrar could sell the valuable domain name by registering it in their name instead of the website owner. The registrar could disappear overnight leaving you in the lurch.

Comments are closed.