What an amazing webinar with Dr. Temple Grandin last night!! Dr. Grandin provided those in attendance with an insight into what it is like to view the world as an autistic person as well as tips for teachers on how to support students with autism or Aspergers. In addition, the DEN showed it’s true powers
Here are the links to the videos from this webinar: Door Scene Pictures of You Compression Cockroach Burger
Alan Levine’s EdTechConnect presentation has been converted and is now available within MediaShare and the DEN Educator Resource Library. Thanks to everyone who attended! If you couldn’t be there, here’s your chance to give it a view. Well worth watching, he shares some fantastic ideas for using Web 2.0 tools to create digital stories with
Here are the resources from Jim Clark’s presentation on Geocaching. Here’s his presentation: Educational geocaching presentation
Speakers include Simon Hauger, director of the West Philadelphia High School Automotive Academy’s innovative Electric Vehicle Program, and Dr. Diandra Leslie-Pelecky, author of The Physics of NASCAR , a fascinating explanation of the science behind the popular sport.
Michio Kaku is a best selling author, host of two national weekly science radio programs, and frequent guest on television shows including Larry King, 60 Minutes, 20/20 and many more. He has hosted numerous series for the Science Channel and is currently increasing people’s Science IQ every Sunday night in the series “SciQ“. If you’ve
Over 1600 educators attended the DEN Virtual Conference last Saturday and I think about 1300 of them emailed me to ask when the archives will be available! Well, thanks for waiting patiently, and now your patience is being rewarded! The entire Virtual Conference, all seven hours of it, has now been posted online! If you
Learn all about Discovery Student Adventures and the Five Themes of Geography from the teachers and students who journeyed to Australia in the summer of 2009.
We had a fantastic turnout yesterday for our webinar about H1N1. Over 10,000 students from around the globe participated! In case you missed it, you can view the archived version on the Ready Classroom website. Just click on Make a Plan and select H1N1 Webcast.