The Tennessee Discovery Education Network Leadership Council (TN DEN LC) is hosting 3 live events for the DEN SciCon Virtual Conference happening January 22nd! So, no matter where you live in TN, you can attend a live event with relative ease and be part of one of the most fantastic groups of educators anywhere on the planet…the DEN!
So why go to a live event? First, you will get to spend quality time with educators who share the same passions for Discovery and science that you have. Second, there will be live workshops at the events that will not be available to you online. Third (as if you need another reason), the food is on us! And fourth, we will be skyping all three groups together so we can all meet one another across the state!
Join us for all of the event or just part of it. Breakfast and lunch will be provided to registered participants (and this event is FREE)!
Here are the locations and links to register:
Register at: http://tinyurl.com/38bue6n
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Register at: http://tinyurl.com/29v9qzw
On site registration begins at 7:30 AM. The first session kicks off promptly at 8:00 AM.
You must pre-register online to attend the live events of the conference. This will help us coordinate room space and food expenses. If you register, but later decide you cannot attend, please contact the coordinator for your event at least 48 hours prior to let him or her know you cannot attend.
This year’s SCIcon will have a special presentation from Reed Timmer, Extreme Meteorologist and TVN team leader, for Discovery Channel’s hit series Stormchasers.
Join thousands of educators from around the world for an amazing day of professional development sessions, networking and sharing.
Agenda (all times CT)
The Five E’s of Inquiry-Based Instruction
Patti Duncan, DEN Guru
The Student Experience: Engaging and Assessing Young Scientists
Real Students, Real Teachers, Real Results: Implementing Discovery Education Science
Cindy Moss, Director of Science and Math, Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools
Top Ten Free Science Resources from Discovery Education
Brad Fountain and Lance Rougeux
Into the Storm: Following the Love of Science
Reed Timmer, Extreme Meteorologist
- An Innovative Way To Participate In Life Science Conferences At Target Meeting (prweb.com)
- Discovery Education launches iPad-optimized Web app (reviews.cnet.com)
- TV Junkie Interview: Reed Timmer from ‘Storm Chasers’ (laist.com)