Have you shared Discovery Education with others? A lunch and learn, conference or a PD training? Tell us your story. Check out Dawn Peters and Sarah Thompson’s experience sharing DE with a neighboring school in SK!
In this age of information overload, I often bookmark articles I don’t have time to read. While doing a little computer housekeeping, I ran across a link to “A Dose of School Pride and Critical Thinking” from www.letsredu.com dated August 30, 2010. Having no recollection of why I bookmarked this site, I had to read
Recently I attended a Classroom2.0 Live session where Barbara Bray was the featured guest. Barbara, a learning strategist from California, spoke on the topic of “Joy in Learning” (session recording here)and the importance of play in the learning process. In her post Full Steam Ahead: The Power of Play, she says: Schools in the US
In an earlier post, I showed how to use Discovery Education resources to differentiate. Here are some more ideas on differentiating teaching and learning. Project Based Learning is also another great way to differentiate teaching and learning. Project Based Learning (PBL) is a great way to teach students content, 21st century skills, and engage them
Differentiation is a very important tool for educators to use in their classrooms to help students learn and succeed. Differentiation is a teacher’s response to learner’s needs and a recognition that all students learn differently, have differing backgrounds and varying levels of skills and knowledge. To differentiate learning means to create different paths for students