Join Steve Dembo, Director of Learning Communities and Social Media Strategy for Discovery Education, as he explores ways to identify your top 1%. There are stories being told about your schools in the social spaces, whether you’re the one doing the telling or not. Do you know who’s telling the story of your schools? Jackie
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Beth is a Campus Technology Specialist at Sherman ISD, Texas. She has been using Discovery Education resources since 2005. She shared, “I have been using Discovery Ed since 2005! I love it! It has been a great place for me to find resources for my students that includes images, songs, and videos! My students use
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Saturday, April 30 was a day filled with learning, sharing and connecting among educators at L&N STEM Academy in Knoxville, TN. Over 130 educators from across North America attended the event. There were sessions from the Discovery Education team as well as DEN Gurus and area DEN Stars. Creating Digital Storytelling Projects with Storyboard That:
Throughout the world, day in and day out, educators like you dedicate their lives to transforming the lives of others. Through incredibly hard work and an unexplainable kindness, teachers spark a love of learning in their students. Teachers help students reach their full potential by encouraging curiosity and exploration. At Discovery Education, we know how
Save the Last Word for Me is a discussion strategy that requires all students to participate as active speakers and listeners. Its clearly de?ned structure helps shy students share their ideas and ensures that frequent speakers practice being quiet. It can be used as a way to help students debrief a video or reading passage.
Who remembers making flip books when we were younger? We created them by drawing a small image at the bottom corner of a book page and drawing it again, a bit changed on the next page, and so on, and then “flipping” the pages to see the items move. First popular in the late 1860’s, the
Here is this week’s DEN Weekly Update. Take a few minutes to catch up with your community. Learn more about Discovery STEM day (May 6), check out highlights from the community on social media and nominate a colleague for a DENny Award. As always you can find the newest Spotlight on Strategy and Lively Lesson. -Your
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