Seeing Green at the DEN Learning Carnival

CA DEN LC at CUE Conference

On March 16th the night before St. Patrick’s Day in Palm Springs California, the CA LC DEN hosted a DEN Learning Carnival.  The wonderful DEN event took place at the California State Computer Using Educator’s Conference.  Educators were invited to attend an evening full of fun with eight different learning stations to experience.  Attendees could rotate around the carnival enjoying a game of DENGO, DEN TOSS, DE and SMART Board interactive games, DE and Fablevision creations, designing DE Luggage Tags, a DE Photo Booth, Make a Movie in Five and view the CA DE Science Techbook. The best of all was the networking with each other and meeting new teachers from around the state.  Before the evening ended the crowd gathered to hear about how the DEN has an awesome STAR Teacher program and how STARS can receive the Science Techbook until the end of this school year. This was exciting news and then came the   CA LC Team to share why they are active in the DEN. The LC members said, “We like sharing and learning from like-minded professionals and being able to share the passion of wanting to make a difference in education.”  Reminder: It is time to sign up to be an LC member from March 21 to April 16 is open enrollment.

By the end of the event, there were many happy dances going on with the winning of raffle gifts. It is always a California tradition to
show your excitement and appreciation by displaying DEN SPIRIT with a HAPPY DANCE and we can’t leave out the   #1 FINGER.


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  1. Peg Hartwig said:

    I Love this idea for a DEN event! I can’t wait to help our WI LC set this type of event up! Great Posy Genny! What a Hoot!

  2. Janette Smith said:

    This is long overdue, but thank you so much for this carnival and the raffle prizes. First of all, I had so much fun playing the games and visiting with friends. Secondly, the prizes were amazing! I am using my prize often to help with quick assessments in the classroom. You guys ROCK!

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