Lively Lessons: One Minute in a Museum

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Looking for ways to incorporate art into your lessons? Exploring fine works of art can seem daunting, even to educators. But by exploring art and the artists who created it, we can learn more about a time period, region or point of view. The series One Minute in a Museum (Published by AWOL) provides nearly 180 one […]

Principal Update: 3/27/15

  This week’s principal update contains:     DEN Trend report: Education Innovation Clusters Aim to Improve Schools, 10 Questions to Ask Before Starting 1:1, 20 Ed Tech Leaders to Watch, and more! A webinar about how Discovery Education is aligning with NGSS Indicators of Success in the Digital Transition from 5 principals in our […]

Discovery Education Virtual Field Trips

Don’t miss an opportunity to transport your students into exciting places featuring fascinating people and careers.  Take a look below for some of our upcoming events, or browse our archived events by following the directions below.     Dates: 4-23-15 at 1pm ET Title: Live From the Farm: Technology, Soil Science and MORE! Suggested Grade Levels: 6-8 Description: Tune in […]

DEN Weekly Update: March 27, 2015

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This issue of the DEN Weekly Update is full of great information for you. Here are just a few of the things to look forward to reading. Check out the sessions being offered at the Spring VirtCon Vote for your favorite strategy in our March Madness SOS Tournament Download the Discovery Education Google Chrome App […]

DEN Community Member of the Week: Dave Tchozewski

This week we’re checking in with Dave Tchozewski, Director of Information Technology at Jenison Public Schools in Michigan. The DEN has been supporting and inspiring Dave for a number of years. “At DENSI 2014 in Nashville, I was asked to be part of DEN Speaks where I gave a 10 minute presentation on being “connected”. […]