Did you know that The Public Broadcasting System has expanded its PBS KIDS Lab website, which offers more than 50 cross-platform games designed to help children ages 2-8 develop their math skills, by adding new features to support caregivers and teachers. These additions include bilingual translations of parental instructions, math tips for families and teachers
We have all settled back into our routines after a short break. Some of us have been a little overwhelmed with new jobs but have had the pleasure of sharing all the neat stuff we do with the DEN and Discovery Education. I have enjoyed sharing the Discovery Education Mobile App with my colleagues as
iBooks 2 Is It The 21st Century Digital Textbook Revolution ? Tags: web_2.0 FETC-2012 | SlideRocket, Online Presentation Tools Tags: no_tag Posted from Diigo. The rest of Discovery Educator Network group favorite links are here.
Only a few more days now! We’re gearing up for the 3rd annual DEN SCIcon on Saturday, January 28th and hope you’ll join us either virtually or in one of the in-person events planned across the country. DEN SCIcon focuses on providing participants with some of the most effective strategies for transforming their science classes
If you are heading to Austin for TCEA in February, be sure to watch for the great sessions by Discovery Educator Network speakers. Hall Davidson and Steve Dembo are featured speakers with presentations during the day on Wednesday and Thursday. Then our own Texas LC team is well represented with sessions by Lea Anne Daughrity,
The NCDPI in collaboration with NC STEM will host a STEM Webinar on Thursday, Jan. 26, from 10-11 a.m. The webinar will focus on a new service for North Carolina schools called the NC STEM Learning Network. This webinar is designed to elaborate on STEM tools, resources and professional development programs for schools, school systems
Remind 101 http://remind101.com/ is a site that allows teachers to set up computer-based text messaging. The service is currently free, and in Beta test mode. Check it out!
Have you ever wished you had your own homepage on the web? Want a place you can post instructions and reminders for your students, but don’t know anything about web design? I’ll show you how! You may want to grab a cup of coffee for this one. First you want to visit a website called Weebly. Weebly