On a cold, rainy day, I sat at my desk. Trying to surf, using Google at best. I sat there with Google, we sat there we two, and I thought how I wish I could surf easier too. All my sites are in reach, yet so far away, it seems more like work, rather than play.
Just as I tell teachers that Discovery Education is so much more than merely videos, the program is not just for classroom teachers but for all educational settings. That includes the library– my particular setting! This wealth of resources is continued by the DEN, another place with something for all educators, from the core teachers in the regular classroom
Mousey Monday is back! Did you miss Professor Mousey last week? Today he wants to help our account and site administrators locate their school Passcodes. Steps to Locating a Passcode for a Site Administrator (at the school level) 1. Log into your DE user account. 2. Click “My Admin” in the upper right hand
15 GREAT IPAD APPS FOR SPECIAL EDUCATION STUDENTS Tags: no_tag Posted from Diigo. The rest of Discovery Educator Network group favorite links are here.
This week you get to meet Gwynn Moore. I am the Media/Technology teacher at Paris Elementary in Aurora, Colorado. I work with students in grades K-5 in helping them find books to read at home and build their skills using technology. In addition to working with students I also work with teachers in building their
We all need it. A little something that cheers us on, inspires us to do more, to keep reaching is a good thing. I came across this today, watched, sucked back some tears (I’m a mush), and thought about all the great things teachers do every day. The teachers at Tavares High School in Florida
Conflict can lead to positive shared conclusions. Today’s post has words like: ‘war’ and ‘violence’ in it because those words are those words are the words of the author I am quoting. They conjure up ‘jarring’ concepts. Conflict is ‘jarring’. Conflict is present in around the work of schools. School leaders can hope the disagreements
This week we’ll explore the new content surrounding the 2012 Presidential Campaign that has been added to Discovery Education. Naturally, I wanted to see how we could extend this theme so I chose to evaluate three different sites that help you build infographics. To bring it full circle – I show you how to take
This week is Open House Week at the DEN, so I decided to share what I like about the DEN. Discovery Education is an excellent resource for educators. They have great fee-based products (Streaming, Assessment, Science and more) and over 30 free resources available for educators. The Discovery Educator Network is also a great resource for educators where
I love Discovery Education, especially being part of the DEN. Of course, the subscription to the service and all it affords, including the ability to truly individualize lessons for our students, is a wonderful thing. Having 24/7 access to Discovery Education opens up a huge platform for teachers and students to learn and follow passions.