Another insightful guest post from Matt Stockman, here he explains how to set up your very own ChickCam. Having a ‘chick hatching’ project in schools is becoming more and more popular, especially as advances in technology and broadband speeds have made it easier to make sure students never miss a thing — even outside of
by David Andrade, http://tinyurl.com/edtechguy Evernote, the “remember everything” app has made updates to their web app. Evernote allows you to take and share notes, clip web pages or parts of web pages, upload files, upload photos and search text in photos, and much more. I’m a huge fan and user of Evernote. There are downloads for Windows
In an earlier post, I showed how to use Discovery Education resources to differentiate. Here are some more ideas on differentiating teaching and learning. Project Based Learning is also another great way to differentiate teaching and learning. Project Based Learning (PBL) is a great way to teach students content, 21st century skills, and engage them
Fall VirtCon 2010 Saturday, October 23, 2010 9AM to 3 PM ET Download the flyer Cost: FREE Register for the virtual sessions (Beginning at 8am ET, you can click this same link to join the event!) Schedule: 9-9:50 AM It’s Not the Technology, It’s the Education Gail Lovely Web 2.0 tools are cool. iPads, cell
History Pin is a unique Web 2.o tool that lets you embed historic photos on maps and tell a story. Explore the map, add your photos, and tell a story! This unique tool allows you to compare a historic photo of a place to what it looks like now. History Pin is currently seeking historic Civil
Kubbu enhances online teaching by providing a free resource that allows teachers to create interactive games, puzzles, and quizzes easily. Teachers can assign the quizzes and games to students, and generate reports to view and analyze results. Visit Kubuu to try samples of what you can create with a Kubbu account!
Jen Dorman, Justin Karkow, Sandra Ford, and Tim Childers are in Franklin, TN, today for an exciting Day of Discovery at Franklin High School! We are looking forward to meeting teachers from all across the state in one of our first centrally-located events near Nashville. Teachers have registered from Memphis to Knoxville to Chattanooga! Teachers
Sally Walter, a member of our LC Events Team, is at Bentley University this week for the DEN Summer Institute. I asked her to send us some comments about their daily activities for the week. Unfortunately, I’m a day behind! Here are her comments for Tuesday: Here is a little about today! There are hundreds,
Create your own video slideshow at animoto.com.Song in Animoto video is “We are the DEN” by Dr. Lodge McCammon
Today was our “unconference” day. It is one of the best things the DEN has started at these little annual meetings of ours. Last night, a long line of people stood before the group and announced something they would like to work on. Each of us wrote that down on a piece of card stock.