Archives for September 19, 2011

  1. Discovery Education is taking ITEC by STORM


    Discovery Education is honored to be a sponsor of the 2o11 Iowa Technology Education Connection (ITEC) Conference hosted at Polk County Convention Center in Des Moines, Iowa.  The conference kicks off on October 16 with pre-conference workshops and this year Discovery Education is sponsoring a full day digital storytelling workshop with Joe Brennan, “Digital Storytelling: Get it […]

  2. Share What You Know and DO!

    ICE Conference 2012: Innovate – Collaborate – Educate Pheasant Run Resort and Conference Center St. Charles, Illinois February 28- March 2, 2012 Submit a Proposal to Present at ICE Conference 2012! Share all the innovative things that are happening in your classroom or the great tricks you learned during last weeks stream-a-thon or other DEN […]

  3. DEN Day of Discovery at Biltmore

    Thanks to Dianne Ripollone for sharing about her DOD experience! The day started with Kyle Schutt welcoming attendees to a day of learning and “discovery”. Pumping the crowd up Kyle introduced Brad Fountain. Brad Fountain introduced the new Techbook for North Carolina, an online textbook. After Brad, Matt Monjan introduced the 9-11 website with a […]

  4. Recap: 9.11 Rise Reconnect and Remember

      To commemorate the 10th anniversary of 9/11, Discovery Education partnered with classrooms nationwide to tell stories of hope, resilience and the rebuilding of Ground Zero. In partnership with Discovery Channel and SCIENCE, Discovery Education engaged students the world over—many of whom were not yet born or who were very young at the time of […]

  5. Builder Tools, How do you use them?

    As promised, here is another post from North Carolina Leadership Council member Diane Ripollone about how she loves to use the Builder Tools for evaluating student learning.  Enjoy! Discovery Builder Tools, How do you use them? written by Diane Ripollone, NC Leadership Council As a new year begins so do the questions. Some of my […]

  6. Web 3.0?!?!

    As we encounter increasing amounts of information and an almost infinite quantity of data on the World Wide Web, what can we do to try and make sense of it all? I came across this video produced by Judy O’Connell this morning. Rather than answering this question, it poses additional questions about what we can […]