Monthly Archives: August 2012

Back to School Webinar Series Continues This Week!

As Mousey mentioned yesterday, Discovery Education is continuing to offer special weekly webinars designed to help teachers and students transition into the brand new school year with our various services. The focus this week will be on the administrative and user management functions for the site. Administrators will learn how to navigate My Admin, update user

Mousey Monday

Happy Mousey Monday to our Cache and Cookies readers! Today Professor Mousey wants to emphasize our Discovery Educator Network (DEN), which is available to all Discovery Education teachers and administrators. The DEN is overflowing with goodies for you. Educator Resources, Blogs, Forums, an Event Gallery and last but not least, Webinars! These web-based seminars are

How are you feeling?!?

It’s the question I am sure several of us have asked at least a dozen children in the past week as our kids, nieces, nephews, and friends head back to school. I have heard “scared” “excited” “nervous” and know the kids would be just amazed to hear that often times their teachers are feeling the

Daily Dose of DEN Diigo 08/27/2012

Learn More – ThingLink Tags: interactive, web2.0, media, technology, image, tag, thinglink Great Free Web Resources on Language Arts Tags: no_tag Posted from Diigo. The rest of Discovery Educator Network group favorite links are here.

High-tech way to communicate with students

Influential leaders are effective communicators!  Knowing your audience is a basic pillar for successful communicators. When a superintendent wants to connect directly with students – it may be time to be creative. Anthony Habra is a superintendent of Rudyard Area Schools in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula.  Rudyard is a district of 900 students.  Tony wanted to

Daily Dose of DEN Diigo 08/25/2012

15 Great Free Science Resources for Teachers and Students Tags: no_tag 5 Development Goals for Teachers to Set for New School Year Tags: education, learning, teaching – By Billy Campione Posted from Diigo. The rest of Discovery Educator Network group favorite links are here.