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
Discovery Education is really stepping up to meet the needs of educators in the area of STEM; Science, Technology, Math and Engineering. Before you stop reading because you think, “This doesn’t apply to me. I teach third grade, or fifth grade.” In the wise words of one PA DEN STAR, LC Event chair, and scientist
DEN Pre-NECC Extravaganza Join us on June 27, 2009 (9 AM to 3:30 PM) for an engaging day of networking, professional development and fun at the world headquarters of Discovery Communications in Silver Spring, MD. And, it’s FREE! You can get you og on, and learn many new and exciting ways to integrate Discovery products
Here is the master list of Web 2.0 applications for schools that I used at the DEN Regional Conference. http://www.diigo.com/list/cliotech/web20
Here’s the video that NJ, NY, ME, and PA LCs put together on the first day of the DEN LC National Institute. A special thanks to Heather Sullivan for posting the video on the New Jersey blog. Having some “free” time on my hands, I decided to troll the state blogs and aggregate some resources
Please be sure to check out Pat Duncan’s blog posts from the DEN National Institute at http://blog.discoveryeducation.com/duncanpat/. Pat is on the PA Leadership Council’s events team. She is a high school science teacher in PA.
Wow. I am totally jealous of all the DEN STARs who are in Silver Springs, Maryland, at the Discovery Headquarters for the DEN National Institute. When I left the Leadership Council Institute last week I was so inspired and motivated. (Really, they had to practically kick me out. I wanted to stay for the second
Here is the CoverItLive blogging from Steve’s keynote on Wednesday.
Geocahing with Bridget Second Life – The Adventures of Lost Teacher, Haystack, and the DEN in Second Life