A few of our Canadian DEN members got together to talk about back to school, DENSI and some other stuff.
It’s been interesting watching the various ways schools and districts kick off the new year. Some begin in a very low key fashion with staff meetings and prep time. Others start with professional development for large or small groups and some bring together the entire district in a pep rally atmosphere. I’m not sure there’s
So before I begin updates let me just say I’ve been in Texas for a couple of events and looked up the weather and found this: I asked the audience during my talk if they could explain what 124F feels like. Then I offered my own weather report. I told them I could explain -40
Kyle and Chad are on site preparing for the upcoming livestream when then ask a really interesting question.
Cross posted on my blog: As I talk with and work with schools and districts interested in using social media they often talk about their communication strategy and how they might use social media in a strategic way. My first reaction is you can’t. The word “strategic” implies a tactical and deliberate approach. While that
To cheat or not to cheat.
After a few weeks hiatus, we’re back. This time I’m asking, what was your seminal moment of learning? I need your feedback.
The DEN Global team spend some time over the weekend thinking about the difference the DEN has made in their lives. As part of Teacher Appreciation Week, this is another small way of letting our community know how much they mean to us. We thank and salute you.
I spent the last few days in the province of Ontario with some fantastic educators, parents and students. Monday and Tuesday I was with the Learning Connections team in Ottawa from the Ottawa Catholic School Board. Karen McEvoy facilitated the work of nearly 60 teachers from grades k-6 who were exploring a variety of technologies