Almost 1,000 votes have been cast in DEN March Madness and we’re down to the final four. The tools below represent the top vote getters in this year’s competition. Members of the DEN Community submitted their favorite tools, apps, and sites to use with Discovery Education, voting in round one narrowed our initial list of
We’ve extended the “Call for Proposals” deadline to give more people the opportunity to submit a session proposal for the upcoming DEN Spring VirtCon. If you’re looking to share your knowledge with others and present to educators across the world, this is your chance. Here are a few questions and answers about presenting. What is
Last week, Lisa Parisi hosted our fourth #DENChat centered on the question of Universal Learning Design (UDL). Several participants (myself included) had heard of UDL, but was unfamiliar with how it plays out in the classroom. As a result, the conversation was truly a professional development experience. And that’s a good summation of all our
Everything I know about rolling out a 1:1 iPad initiative (Part 1) I’ll have a series of blog posts about my experience for anyone who wants to embark on the 1:1 journey! I’ll expand on each bullet point below in my next posts and share everything I have created. Stay tuned! We’ve worked for over
PicCollage is an easy to use app for iPads or iPhones that will have your students creating beautiful posters in no time. The great thing about this app is that you can import images from the camera roll, meaning you can save great quality images from Discovery Education and use them in your posters.
The DEN Summer Institute has been scheduled for July 14-19 at the University of Vermont in Burlington, VT. The application window closes Today at 11:59pm ET! The main portion of this year’s application is a short (unedited) video that tells your DEN story. We want to know about you and why you are part of the DEN.
Happy Mousey Monday from Mousey and the Discovery Education Support team to our Cache and Cookies readers! Winter is gone, so Spring into action and sign up for our free Webinars for our Discovery Education users! Whether you want to get
The North Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences is pleased to announce our new additions to our Interactive Video Conferencing (IVC) program!! IVC programs arefree to schools in North Carolina, with the exception of the return postage for select programs. Our new programs are curriculum correlated and target Elementary, Middle, and High School students! Please see