Take the DEN to Work Day: Sessions

Happy Teacher Appreciation Week! Thank you for everything you do for students.

takedenworkfeaturedWe can’t wait for you to join us on Friday, May 9 for Take the DEN to Work Day. As you know, we’ll be providing several sessions, delivered by DEN team members, to engage your students and give you a breather. Read the session descriptions below and then click on the big register button to sign up your class for this exciting event.








9:00am ET: Patti Duncan

Would You Rather?… have a stack of quarters from the floor to the top of your head OR $225.00? Do you have the math skills to figure this out? Let’s look at puzzles like this and learn shortcuts for solving them fast! Bring your calculator and your smarts and be ready to be the first to get the right answer… IF there is one!

10:00am ET: Steve Dembo

Story Time with Steve! Listen to our in-house storyteller read a fun and funny tale and then experience interactive storytelling, as you get a chance to try your own hand at writing a piece of a story that will fascinate your classmates.

11:00am ET: Jannita Demian

Try This at Home! You probably have all you need for cool science right in your pantry or closet. We’ll use items found around the house in demonstrations that bring science to life. Watch fun, simple, and safe experiments and leave the session with step-by-step guidelines on how to try this at home!

12:00pm ET: Hall Davidson

Game on! Match wits with students at other schools around the country in topics from songs, history, and mystery subjects.  Be ready to think fast, be creative, and interact with people you have never met.  Who will take the gold?

1:00pm ET: Peter H. Reynolds

Make Your Mark and See Where It Takes You! Hear from the incredibly popular author and illustrator of children’s books as he delivers a message of creative inspiration. Peter H. Reynolds is the author of The Dot, Ish, and other amazing books and he will share his enthusiasm for learning in this exclusive session.



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    • Jeanette said:

      Hi Kelly. The sessions are targeted to elementary-middle, but I think any student K-adult would find them interesting.

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