What a fantastic week for webinars! On Tuesday, Joe Brennan took us on a Next Steps tour of Digital Storytelling, making stops at includes stops at external sound input, the “Ken Burns” effect of moving around a still picture, editing and easy special effects, and a look at the ever popular green screen/chroma key effect.
I am THRILLED at all the excitement that has been generated by tomorrow’s EdTechConnect webinar featuring Daniel Pink. Many of you have asked me about the webinar archives. Thanks to Kristin Hokanson, who Twittered me the URL a few minutes ago, I can answer your question. If you miss the webinar or want to listen
I’m really excited for the EdTEchConnect webinar with Daniel Pink this week. If you haven’t read Daniel Pink’s book, A Whole New Mind, yet, you just absolutely need to. Every educator, parent, and student should take the time to read it. Last Tuesday, when RJ Stangherlin, Lance Rougeux, and I provided testimony to the Senate
Tomorrow, I’ll be both your host and presenter for a whirlwind tour of the new DEN website and blog engine! Come learn what’s new, what’s different, and how you can leverage the new features to make collaboration even easier. Additionally, get a walk through of the new blog engine, which I know you’re going to
[This was cross-posted on the DEN PA TypePad blog.] I hope that everyone is enjoying a fantastic start to the school year. I just wanted to remind PA that DEN is hosting a webinar later this week that is intended for teachers to attend with their students. Last year, my classes joined hundreds of other
Wow! DEN has just announced its upcoming August webinar line-up. Be sure to check out the DEN National blog for the August schedule and information about the 2007-2008 webinar series.
So, you’re in summer mode . . . the classroom is a hazy memory . . . images of beaches, vacations, and family time drift before your eyes . . . BUT, you still feel the inexorable pull of the computer and collegial dialogue. If you are experiencing webinar withdrawal, DEN has put together an
I copied this from the DEN National Blog: Wow! We have another great addition to tomorrow’s webinar that you and your students will definitely love. Allan Butler, Producer for The Science Channel, will now be joined by astronaut Ken Reightler. Join us tomorrow, May 4th at 1 PM (EST) for this really special webinar and
I just have to share with the rest of the PA DEN how fantastic the Planet Earth webinar with Dr. Penny Allen was this afternoon. I enrolled my 7th period class of 9th graders. In preparation for the webinar, we watched the "Pole to Pole" episode in class. We did a little virtual touring with
Okay, this is the second post I am shamelessly copying from the DEN National Blog, but the content is so cool that I wanted to get it out to the PA DEN as soon as possible. If you attended Hall Davidson’s EdTechConnect webinar on Wednesday, you already know about this amazing opportunity. By the way,