Archives for October 9, 2012

  1. Things I Think You Should Read

    Lately, I’ve discovered some great articles and blog posts that have raised an eyebrow, nod my head, and made me think.  It wouldn’t make sense for me not to share.  Perhaps you’ll have a reaction to these as well. Attention Disorder or Not, Pills to Help in School – Not sure what to say about […]

  2. What Do You Want For Your Students?

    I had the privilege of spending the day in Miami with 70+ members of the district’s leadership team.  Curriculum specialists, instructional coaches, classroom teachers, and more dived right in to a discussion about what they want to see for their students.  I thought it would be fun (and funny) to share the products they developed […]

  3. Progress Zone As A Check For Understanding

    As educators who work with students in districts that use Discovery’s Benchmark Assessments move on from our first testing window, I wanted to repackage two of our spring Progress Zone “how to” webcasts. Armed with new actionable information about our students we will be remodeling our expected instruction and reteaching groups of students in some […]

  4. Our New DEN Prezi

    We are very proud of the Discovery Educator Network.  This community of educators is the best and we are always look for ways to spread the word about the DEN.  Our friends at Prezi, specifically designer, Stephanie Szabo, created this Prezi about our community.  We think it’s pretty awesome.   Discovery Educator Network (DEN) on […]

  5. Implementing Inclusive Assessment & Student Evaluation

    Support Student Learning and Inform Your Teaching with Practical Ideas from Professional Educators Join us for an interactive strand of web-based conferences! These events will provide educators with an enriching opportunity focused on creative ways to successfully engage all populations of 21st century learners in assessment and student evaluation. Engage with participants around the world as a rich […]

  6. New England Day of Discovery!

      I attended the New England Day of Discovery in Groton, Connecticut two weeks ago and it’s clear that the enthusiasm for Discovery Education services continues to grow and grow. Flying in on Friday, I attended the Family Night event that was held so that parents can gain first hand experience of how Discovery Education […]