Author Archives: Jessica Donaldson

GO WILD! Animal Planet Expo Comes to SC

On Saturday, August 16th, Animal Planet is popping in to visit South Carolina! Animal Planet Expo 2008 will be held this weekend at the Exchange Park from 10am to 4pm. Check out all of the exciting vendors and shows before heading back to school. Bring the family for a day of face painting and fun.

DEN Members Share Tips

The South Carolina Leadership Council treated DEN members to dinner in Columbia last night. Dinner with the DEN is a treat, but being able to share technology tips with fellow educators takes the cake! Cathy Nelson, Library Media Specialist and DEN member, shared two great sites: Cameroid Fun image generator for those who have access

ETV is at it again, folks!

ETV will be hosting ANOTHER round of free workshops this summer! The dates for the workshops are July 29-31, and seats are still available if you register soon. Topics include StreamlineSC, Web 2.0, Blogging, Google Lit Trips, Movie Maker, SMART Board, Podcasting… it’s a really long list. Don’t believe me? Then check out sessions and

Welcome our newest DEN STARS!

WOW! The STARS are certainly shining this spring! SC DEN would like to welcome our SEVENTEEN newest STARS to the family. You’re bound to know at least one of these educators: Lori Alredge Ramsey Calhoun Celia Cooksey Eileen Fernandez-Parker Michelle Flamos Steven Infinger Debbie Lancaster Bill Langston Beth Leavitt Sandra McLendon Yolanda Moore Carrie Ratliff

SC DEN and StreamlineSC

Nothing could be finer than some wings in Carolina with the DEN folks! What a great week! The SC Leadership Council would like to thank SC ETV for hosting three fantastic days of FREE technology workshops. Educators from all over the great Palmetto state had the opportunity to learn new tricks and tips for educational

Google Lit Trips

What is a Google Lit Trip you ask? Well… that’s up to you! Google Lit Trips are a fast growing trend in the classroom that combine literary works and the genius that is Google. Imagine taking your students to each page of Make Way for Ducklings or following those infamous duds in The Sisterhood of