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Science Matters in Philadephia, PA

Science Matters in Philadephia, PA

In 3 days, the National Conference on Science Education comes to Philadelphia, March 18-21. You know that Discovery will be there, along with many DEN STAR asnd GURUs, but Governor Edward G. Rendell is going to be there too for an old-fashioned Town Hall Meeting. From the DEN National blog, Rendell is going to be

DEN Summer Institute: Apply Today!

The DEN Summer Institute for 2010 will take place from July 18-23, 2010 at Bentley University in Waltham, MA just twenty minutes west of Boston.  Attendees will have the opportunity to connect with fellow STAR Discovery Educators from all over during an exclusive, intensive, week-long networking and professional development event.  Apply today! March 12 DEN

NSTA + DEN = 3 FABULOUS Days

Reposted from the DEN National Blog We have a variety of networking opportunities planned for our STARs during NSTA’s national conference in Philadelphia, PA (March 17-21). Even if you are not attending NSTA, but are a STAR who wants to join the fun check out these opportunities. Wednesday, March 17 Pre-conference Dinner with our STARs

Great DEN Doings

There’s so much going on in the DEN and Discovery. Here’s your to-do list for the next week. My favorite (since I cannot do the Institute with a baby cria hitting the ground in early June) is Take the Stress out of the Test. Very cool ideas. DEN National Institute: Application Opens Next Friday We

DEN Events at NSTA

Image via Wikipedia Join your fellow STARs in historic Philadelphia, PA during NSTA. STAR Dinner – Wednesday, March 17th from 5:30-8:00 PM at City Tavern. If you would like to attend, please RSVP to Brad Fountain (brad_fountain@discovery.com). Space is extremely limited. LIFE Screening – Thursday, March 18th (6 PM) at the Franklin Institute. Please complete

Study Hall with Ms. Southard

Christine Southard began study hall session telling us a bit about her background. Did you know that she has taught the blind to ski? Christine is a “learning specialist” in a New York 5th grade classroom and co-teaches with Lisa Parisi, she came to share her tips at PETE&C. Normally people want passes to leave

Constructing a Powerful PLN ~ Meg Griffin

Meg Griffin, PA DEN Leadership Council President, began her session, Constructing a Powerful PLN, by asking us to take a short survey. Patti Duncan, PA LC Events Chair, ran a CoverItLive back channel for Meg. Meg’s CoverItLive will live on this wiki.  Given that you have a life, Meg began her presentation by asking the

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