Archives for November 16, 2011

  1. Fishing for Some Great Resources?!?


    Look no further!  Explore the Blue, brought to in partnership with Discovery Education and the Take Me Fishing Campaign, have a tackle box full of resources for you to lure learning in your class! Lesson Plans: I am in love with their cross curricular connections! Check these ones out: Physical Education: Go Fish Tag! Language […]

  2. The Power of Creativity

    Creativity is the most important trait that a person can possess. It allows you to create meaning, importance and curiosity. It is the essence of why and how children and adults learn. As teachers and schools evolve, they should be asking themselves, how are our schools enhancing our students’ and our teachers’ creativity, curiosity, and […]

  3. Accelerating Social Studies Achievement

    The findings from a recent study involving Discovery Education and the Indianapolis Public Schools was recently released.  This study was conducted by researchers at Discovery Education to assess the effectiveness of the social studies digital alignment strategy in improving students’ performance in social studies. From the Executive Summary – In 2009, Discovery Education partnered with […]

  4. Who’s Your 1 in 100?

    Mine is DJ. November is National Epilepsy Awareness month.  Did you know that 1 in 100 American’s suffer from Epilepsy? So who is your 1 in 100? Many of us have heard of epilepsy and we “think” we know what to do or what happens when an individual has a seizure… but what you may […]