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DEN Trend Report: 2/10/16

>How The Education System Is Leveraging Innovation And Technology To Help Students Compete
>Technology In Education: An Overview
>10 Must-Know Professional Development Insights from Discovery Education
>5 Ways To Make The Most Of Virtual Field Trips
>Virtual Reality: Poised to Bring Big Changes to Education?
>Watch 14 Thought Leadership Presentations From A Recent Ed-Tech Symposium
>A Little Bird Told Me: RSS Uses Twitter As Professional Development Tool



Valentine’s Day Resources and Ideas

Student-created curriculum valentines: challenge their creativity and cleverness as they express concepts and connections through divergent thinking.


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A New Perspective: Asking Questions Without an Answer

In my previous blog, Questions that Spark Student Curiosity, I discussed ways to ask questions that would engage students. France Snyder commented, “What is the best way to evaluate our students? What is the effect on our students’ engagement, retention, and transference of skills? What is overall best for our students?” Let’s begin by setting



Seven Keys to College and Career Readiness

In this installment of One Idea With: Discovery Education Senior Vice President Scott Kinney interviews Dr. Bruce Borchers, Superintendent of Tennessee’s Oak Ridge Schools. Dr. Borchers’ One Idea focuses on the Seven Keys to College and Career Readiness. Watch the video below to learn more, and visit for additional information. On February 24, Dr.


Renowned Volleyball Coach Finds True Calling in STEM

From the Heart: Powerful Stories from Passionate Educators Tina Garrett, STEM Coordinator, Garland Independent School District, Texas Some teachers are born into education; they come from a family of educators and never really could see themselves becoming anything but a teacher. Others are inspired into education; they had a teacher who was so inspirational and so

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Teaching Is All in the Family for This Rock Hill Educator

From the Heart: Powerful Stories from Passionate Educators Queenie Hall, Rock Hill Schools, SC Queenie Hall tried not to go into education. Sure, her mom was a teacher for more than 40 years and her sister was an educator. But Queenie wanted a different path. She majored in communications, did a lot of internships, and got

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iMake iLearn – DEN Maker Spaces

    The Discovery Educator Network is more than a group of dedicated educators who are integrating Discovery Education into their classrooms.  It is a professional learning community composed of many different interests and passions.  iMake iLearn stems from the ideas that DEN members are sharing. Wondering where this sharing is taking place?  One of the most