Minneapolis Day of Discovery

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Hello Minneapolis and St. Paul!
I’d like to invite you to join Discovery Education for an engaging, technology-infused, professional development day focused on creative ways to use digital media in the classroom. Learn techniques to inspire your students and maximize the resources from Discovery Education streaming.  Leave with projects in-hand for your class and a network of teachers to support you throughout the year. 

Every attendee will also be given free access to Discovery Education Science.  Enhance science instruction with up-to-date, standards-based resources coupled with a real-time assessment tool that allows educators to monitor student progress and recommend resources based on students’ individual need. 

Take a look at the flyer and video below for more information about the day.
If you are in Minneapolis Public Schools, register using eCompass., under the June Tech Academy.

If you are an educator outside of Minneapolis Public Schools, register by clicking here.    

Minneapolis Day of Discovery Flyer

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3 Comments

  1. paul herlofsky said:

    If I am a 3rd grade teacher, is this too above my students?
    How many copies of Planet Earth will be given out?

  2. Mike Bryant said:

    Absolutely not. I’ve seen and have some great projects with students as young the 1st grade. I have 4 copies of the Planet Earth DVD set, but each attendee will be given access to Discovery Education Science, which has the entire Planet Earth series in a digital form.

  3. Bob Peterson said:

    Will this session be appropriate for working with an ELL population at the high school level?

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