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Christina Asquith ~ Cell Phones, Internet, and Oprah: How the US Presence in Iraq Has Affected Women's LIves

Christina Asquith ~ Cell Phones, Internet, and Oprah: How the US Presence in Iraq Has Affected Women's LIves

Halfway through our virtual day, we now go global with Christina Asquith, Author of Sisters in War: A Story of Love, Family and Survival in the New Iraq and her presentation, Cell Phones, Internet and Oprah: How the US Presence in Iraq Has Affected Women’s Lives. I thought you might find these Al Jezeera interviews

Beyond A Make-Believe Story: Monjan's Making History

Image by girlwithpearls22 via Flickr If I had to count the ways and reasons I love Discovery, I wouldn’t have enough fingers and toes. Let’s just say they deliver on demand the best everything in educational technology. Then multiply it exponentially and you begin to get close to how phenomenally good the DEN and its

Dean Shareski: When You're Not the Smartest Person in the Room

Still in the virtual conference world, this time not blogging but listening, learning, and snapping webinar screen shots of Dean Shareski, Digital Learning Consultant, Prairie South School Division, Moose Jaw, SK, Canada. His presentation, When You’re Not the Smartest Person in the Room: How Network Learning Changes Everything, continues to connect the thoughts by making

Matt Monjan: Homework Gone Digital ~ Beyond A Make-Believe Story

The DENs Spring Virtual Conference, Connecting the Thoughts, is in full bloom. Following Lee Kolbert, DEN Guru’s Connections, Conversations, and Collaborations: Creating a Personal Learning Network That Works For You presentation is Discovery’s Matt Monjan‘s Homework Gone Digital, A Not So Make Believe Story and it will change the way you think about constructing homework

Lee Kolbert Launches the DEN Virtual Conference!

Lee launched the DEN Virtual conference with an amazing presentation on Personal Learning Networks (PLN). She emphasized the importance of reaching out to others. There are certainly times when we all may feel isolated… and knowing our PLN is there is comforting! Lee began by sharing WallWisher which is a great collaborative board in which

DEN Opportunities and Deadlines

The poets claim that April is the cruelest month, but those of us in the DEN know April is the BUSIEST month. With that in mind, her is your list of opportunities and deadlines. Upcoming Webinars: Register at: http://community.discoveryeducation.com/webinar. The Way I See It with Dr. Temple Grandin Tuesday, April 13 at 7 PM ET

Mapping the DEN Story

The DEN is getting geared up for the Spring and we are looking for a creative way to visually tell the DEN story. We looked to our DEN Guru for Professional Networking, Lee Kolbert. We decided that we wanted to map out the reach of the DEN and found a great example from Lee. We

DEN Dates to Remember

From now to the end of the school year, DEN has dates for you to remember. Traci Blazoski gave you a thorough rundown of all the dates connected to the DEN Summer Institute 2010 at Bentley University, including a message from Lance Rougeux. Apply today!     Become a STAR Discovery Educator!Quoting Traci, If you

DEN Virtual Conference (Spring)

The DEN Virtual Conference is right around the corner.  Join educators world wide for a great professional development day.  Attend online  or at an in-person event.  One in-person event is being held in New Berlin, Wisconsin.  Below is the information. Saturday, April 24, 2010 Elmwood Elementary School School District of New Berlin New Berlin, WI

Save the Dates

The Spring and Summer will be a busy time for DEN STARS and the LC.  Based on information released during our Leadership Council monthly call, please keep the following dates in mind – more information on the specific events will be coming soon. March 5 – Tentative date for the DEN National Institute applications. April

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