Archives for October 4, 2011

  1. October Already!

    I can’t believe we are in October already! Where does the time go? I just finished teaching a class on 21st Century Skills and I think I learned more than I taught! Wonderful experience! If you haven’t done flipbooks with your students yet you may want to try this sitehttp://www.flipsnack.com/ Flip books are a great […]

  2. Formative Assessment Principles

    by Dr. Jason Parker, North Carolina LC Member “Ideas about assessments have undergone important changes in recent years.  In the new view, assessment and learning are two sides of the same coin….When students engage in assessments, they should learn from those assessments” (National Research Council, 1996, pp. 5-6).  This statement reflects the current mood of […]

  3. Feeling Chatty?

    Live Chat is now…, well live in the Discovery Education Science Techbook.  Look for more details to come soon, but for now check out the video below to see how to connect and chat with our wonderful support team.  

  4. Young Scientists take the stage!

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    Step aside, American Idol! Hundreds applied. Ten finalists were picked. Today is the day we’ve all been waiting for– the final challenge! Join Discovery Education and 3M today as the 10 finalists compete for the prestigious title of America’s Top Young Scientist. In just a few hours the 10 Discovery Education 3M Young Scientist Challenge […]

  5. Join the SC DEN LC Discovery Learning Virtual Conference being held at Carver-Edisto Middle School in Cope, S.C. on October 22, 2011. Light refreshments will be served and will start at 9:00 a.m. Let Norma Rockwell know that you plan to attend, so she will have enough refreshments for those attending. {cemsteacher@gmail.com} The dress code […]