Lance Rougeux Springs into Action as the keynote for the third part of the DEN Virtual Trifecta by welcoming over 1000 people participating together at 19 different in-person sites and to over 100 virtual attendees for the opening. After acknowledging the administrative DEN team and STARS who made this event possible across the United States.
Copied from the National Blog Saturday, April 25, 2009 9 AM to 3 PM (EDT) Register Today! Spring Into Action with the DEN and join thousands of educators who are passionate about integrating media into their instruction and collaborating with each other to improve student achievement. During this unique (and free) professional development event you have the flexibility
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Spring Into Action at the DEN Virtual Conference Saturday, April 25, 2009 9 AM to 3 PM (ET) Spring Into Action with the DEN and join thousands of educators who are passionate about integrating media into their instruction and collaborating with each other to improve student achievement. During this unique (and free) event you have the flexibility
In an earlier post, I had trouble locating an image of Karen Wells. Since then, she has sent me one and I have added her to the Animoto video. Congratulations to all the DEN STARS who will travel the world in yet another Discovery first. DEN STARS Discovery Travel 2009 China South Africa Australia Turbo
One of the best things about DEN is the network, and Jennifer Dorman is like Christmas; she’s the gift that keeps giving. Under her tutelage, I’m getting comfortable with anchoring PAs blog, and with her help, I’m learning how much she really did. For her, it has always been intuitive; for me, it is always