Exploring the global education revolution being powered by Discovery Education’s state-of-the-art digital curriculum resources. Education Is A Human Right In 2018, the United Nations General Assembly proclaimed January 24 as International Day of Education, recognizing that the key to a sustainable future is inclusive and equitable education for all the people of the world, regardless
A brand new year is here, which means there’s an important opportunity to freshen up curricula, reset, and test out new resources. This new year, we want to highlight the empowering Social and Emotional Learning (SEL) resources that focus on diversity, inclusion, and foster empathy and kindness in the classroom. Make this new year the
Creating opportunities for students to apply problem-solving techniques and STEM skills leads to more engaged learning. Discovery Education’s corporate partnership programs feature lesson plans, career exploration resources and challenges that offer students the opportunity to test their knowledge through innovation. The Innovation Generation Making for Good Challenge, developed in partnership with Stanley, Black & Decker,
Tech for Tommorow is an all-new digital education program designed to highlight the ways technology and innovation can better our world. Developed in partnership with The Tech Interactive, a family-friendly science and technology center at the heart of downtown San Jose, CA, on a mission to inspire the innovator in everyone. Below, guest blogger Elizabeth
The STEM Careers Coalition is a coalition of industry leaders that have joined forces to impact the culture of STEM education in K – 12 schools nationwide. Over the next five years, the Coalition aims to prepare a generation for the future of work. The American Petroleum Institute is one of the anchor partners fueling
There are hundreds of visual models of the design thinking process on the Web. They all include similar components as illustrated below. The first step in the design thinking process, empathizing, requires students to identify a problem or process from the point of view of the intended audience. Developing this empathetic mindset requires asking
Ask, Listen, Learn Sparks Conversations about Alcohol, Brain Development, and Strategies for Saying “NO” to Underage Drinking
Guest blogger Lindsay Foster is a Learning Technology Coach in the Burleson Independent School District in Fort Worth, TX. Read below as she explores the variety of resources available as part of the NEW Digital Exploration brought to you by Ask, Listen, Learn in partnership with Discovery Education. Starting the Convo! Ask, Listen, Learn
By guest blogger Josh Prater, United States History Teacher, Sam Rayburn High School – Pasadena ISD Simply say the words ‘field’ and ‘trip’ in front of a classroom of students, and the excitement becomes visible. While teachers have always known the value that field trips bring, we also are familiar with the logistical planning and
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