The Tennessee Educational Technology Conference (TETC) will be held in Nashville, TN, from December 10 to 12 at the Nashville Convention Center. This year we have the wonderful opportunity to have THE Hall Davidson as a keynote speaker. Yes, the DEN’s original Rock Star will be our very special guest.In addition, I just received word
I just got this message from Scott Holcomb of the wonderful Memphis City Schools Technology Offices: Calling all TN and surrounding area DEN educators! Memphis City Schools is having their 14th Annual Educational Technology Conference November 6th – 7th, 2008 and we are looking for some exciting presenters and attendees! Click here to register!
Plan on going to the Virtual Conference in Nashville on October 25th ? You can now register to attend. Space is limited, so sign up and confirm your spot early!Fill out the form at this site. Be sure to list Nashville as your event location.Let’s fill it up!
Registration begins today for locally hosted Discovery Education conferences around the country to be held on October 25th. These conferences combine live workshops conducted by local trainers with online webinars led by the Discovery Educator Network Dream Team.Even if you can’t attend the local event, you can still attend the Virtual Conference online from the
I am sitting in the meeting room of the Marriott, and it is nearly time for our second day to begin. Before we get there, however, we need to cover some important news from last night.Several of us stayed until around 10:00 EST working on projects and picking up tech tricks from one another. Afterward,
This afternoon we took time to look at things other than DE Streaming. Brad took us through some nifty tricks in PowerPoint. My favorite was creating a scrolling bar across the bottom of a slide much like the news feeds you see on the cable news shows. Very simple trick, but it will have your
The long-awaited DEN Southern Regional Conference begins this morning. Brad Fountain, Teryl Magee and I are working feverishly to get the room ready. Well, OK, Teryl and I are surfing the net to make sure DE Streaming is working, and Brad is working feverishly to get the Internet connection and projector working. The first participants
Get your Skype account up to date. Make sure the projector bulb is working properly. Plug in your speakers. And then tune in here to register for the Discovery Stream-A-Thon! That’s right, 12 hours of back-to-back professional development from some of your favorite Discovery Gang.Want to know who’s presenting (and when and about what)? Check out the National
Wow! School has started. No wait, the end of the first grading period is only one week away, and this is my first blog post of the school year! Yikes! My most humble apologies.Here are a few things you need to put on your calendars for the upcoming weeks:EdTechConnect Webinar with Tim Magner from the Office
We arrived in Silver Spring around 11:30 AM and hurriedly threw our stuff into our hotel rooms and scurried over to the Discovery Headquarters for lunch. Over the course of the next hour the vast majority of DEN LC members arrived. We were immediately thrown into a group project (we love them!). Our task? Create