Telannia asks an important question. Chime in. We’ll be drawing for a nice piece of schwag for all that have left comments in the walk and talk series. But seriously, this is a good question.
DEN STAR Darren Kuropatwa on the upcoming #beyondtextbooks event
The other day I was in the middle one of my regular google hangouts with my teammates and my wife happened to be home over hearing the conversation. “I hate you”, she said in jest. “All your calls include lots of laughing, lots of encouragement and a bunch of new cool things you’re doing.” Yeah,
In episode two, DEN STAR Peggy Hartwig ponders STEM. Bonus: Leave a comment and someone will get some DEN schwag. In case you missed episode one, here it is.
This is the third in a 4 part series. You can read part one and part two if you like. This one is very specific to my work but hopefully will resonate at some level. The truth is this post has already been written, and is the post that got me thinking about this whole
Jared’s been getting a little press lately and this time we’ve posted with tag along with another video. Jared was featured on a local TV show about his engaging teaching practices. Look for the Global DEN team member making a cameo. Have you been recognized in your local newspaper? Have you been published? Were you
I’ve mentioned DEN STAR Jared Heidinger before but want to reiterate and share his simple idea of connecting his students with people all over the world and at the same time deal with the rather mundane but necessary task of having his students learn vocabulary for their provincial exams. Jared explains his idea of the