Archives for April 10, 2012

  1. Flip Your Classroom with Discovery Education

    What is the “flipped classroom”? The flipped classroom is when students view lectures and gain information at home for homework, and spend time interacting with the teacher, and practicing concepts in the classroom. This practice is called flipping the classroom because students spend time viewing lectures and taking notes for homework, and practicing concepts with […]

  2. Listen to history with Discovery Education!

    When you think of what DE streaming offers, the first thing that comes to mind is probably videos, right?  While we do have a vast library of video content, there’s much more to DE! One of DE’s “hidden gems” is our collection of original audio recordings of historic speeches. If you’re not already familiar with […]

  3. SXSiPad Day in Austin, Texas!

    Right up front, I’ll say that it is not an official SXSW event, but this SXSiPad will be a fun day of Discovering about using iPads in the classroom!  We are going to have multiple venues, er, sessions about using iPads as instructional tools, managing Apps on the iPad, setting up iPads for classroom use, […]

  4. Archaeology Workshops for Educators

    The Exploring Joara Foundation is offering summer workshops for formal and informal educators. Participants explore the science of archaeology through a combination of classroom activities and archaeological fieldwork. Worth up to 2.0 CEUs. Sessions in Morganton, NC: June 24th – 25th July 19th – 20th On the first day, participants learn fundamental concepts of archaeology […]