If you have not joined the Discovery Educators Network yet and explored the regional technology training and networking available in your area (I’m talking here about meeting other teachers face to face at events, not running CAT-5 cable after school as a volunteer)– you need to!

Charlene Chausis is the featured Educator of the week at the DEN Educator Showcase. Check it out and link out to Charlene’s fantastic website of free educator materials, focused mainly on staff development.

There are many other fantastic educators featured on the showcase page, including one of my favorite podcasting teachers, Eric Langhorst of Liberty, Missouri, who produces the superb “Talking of History” podcast. Eric’s classroom website for his 8th grade American history students is one of the best I’ve ever seen.

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One Response to Meet Charlene Chausis!

  1. Charlene says:

    Hey… thanks for the “shout out” Wes! I’m excited about the opportunities that this new group will provide for educators!


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