I have been thinking about this post. I am a bit reluctant to write it. DEN Stars tend to have a way with words that I do not have. While I feel exactly the same as so many others do about the DEN, I know that I cannot make my words truly express how I
I have been IN love with one man in my life! (My husband, Steve) Last summer- I had to tell him that I was sharing a little of that love with my new DEN friends. He was okay with it. I guess that I am having a DENmance with over 125 new people right now.
Happy Valentine’s Day to the DEN and all of the wonderful people in it. I am so glad I am a part of this wonderful community.
I love the DEN because it keeps me in the loop. There is so much that we can learn from one another, and I’m so grateful for all the folks who spend time enthusiastically sharing what they have learned or tried and had success with – so that other educators and their students can benefit,
Let me count the ways…. One: I love the company. And I’m not just saying that because I work for them. Day after month after year, this company has demonstrated that they’re in the education space for the RIGHT reasons. When we have meetings about new products and ideas, it’s never a conversation about “How
My love affair with the DEN began over 7 years ago when Brad Fountain was at our school for professional development, and told us about this “new” network of educators. Since then this whirlwind romance has taken me to exotic places such as Silver Spring, San Francisco, Boston, San Diego, Bozeman…….I have been showered with
I love the DEN for allowing me to network with educators who are collaborative, creative, talented, fun, and make me feel respected and valued. I love the DEN for all of the resources available to help me be a more collaborative, creative, talented and fun educator! If you are on the DEN Leadership Council, you
Florida STAR Discovery Educator and member of the DEN Leadership Council, Cheryl Woolwine asked me to post her #DENlovestory for her. If you are on the DEN Leadership Council, you have access to post a blog right here. Tell your story about why you love the DEN. If you aren’t, you can add a comment
I find the DEN to be the best professional network I belong to. If you’re not a member it is important to know that this is a network of people. I had a real wow moment yesterday at PETE&C that emphasized this point. I had just finished lunch with my friend and co presenter Drew Giorgi.
I think the Beatles were on to something with their hit song “All You Need Is Love”. Written in 1967 by John Lennon, the Beatles had been tasked with coming up with a simple message that could be easily understood throughout the world. Love is a universal language that brings us together and makes us