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  • Files from DENSI 2014

    Discovery Education
    23 Jul 2014 | 2:21 pm
    This Scribd file is the second of two files generously shared by someone at #DENSI2014 to the Google Community created by Jennifer Wagner, NOTATDENSI14. Need to reiterate that this is not my work; I just uploaded the file to make it more accessible to a wider community. Files from DENSI 2014
  • DENSI 2014 Collaborative Session Notes

    Discovery Education
    23 Jul 2014 | 2:09 pm
    Need to be very clear about these resources: they are an aggregate from people at #DENSI2014 Sessions. These resources were generously shared on the Google Community, NOTATDENSI14. I’ve lost track of who shared them but we are grateful to all of you for contributing. All I did was upload them into Scribd so they would be easier to share. DENSI 2014 Collaborative Notes
  • Conni Mulligan: Traditional Storytelling–Shadow Puppetry & Overheads

    Discovery Education
    23 Jul 2014 | 1:48 pm
    Trolling social media and DEN sites for those at and not at #DENSI2014, I found yet another wonderful resource from Conni Mulligan, who reinvents our notion of storytelling, digitally, at the #DENUnconference2014. I truly enjoyed watching Conni at her best. I met her years ago at another Summer Institute, and looking back, it seems like another life. But in any life,  I’m proud to call Connie a friend. Best to let Conni tell you how this is done.
  • NOTATDENSI14: Not a Problem, Thanks to Jennifer Wagner

    Discovery Education
    23 Jul 2014 | 1:24 pm
    Not at DENSI 2014. Not a problem–well–not too much of one. For many reasons, not everyone who wanted to attend the DENSI 2014 managed to get to Nashville. For me, I just was not far enough recovered from my stem cell transplant to fly. And truth be told, my heart was with everyone but my body just could not have made the trip. But I felt like I was there because of Jennifer Wagner and the NOTATDENSI14 Google Community she created, moderated, and monitored 24/7. Or so it felt. She didn’t miss a heartbeat in continuing the community outreach for those of us #NOTATDENSI14. For…
  • Tech Wednesday Brief w Justin

    Discovery Education
    23 Jul 2014 | 9:01 am
    Hello! This week on tech Wednesday, I’m featuring one of the best programming resources available online for free! Codeacademy, is an educational platform geared towards teaching  the fundamentals of code. Founded in 2011 by two former Columbia students (Zach Sims and Ryan Bubinski) Codeacademy has gained worldwide recognition. The site currently teaches six programming languages to over 20 million users! I guess being a computer nerd isn’t so unpopular after all?! Aimed towards both beginner and advanced users, the site serves as a pseudo  classroom, complete with forums and…
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