Daily Archives: May 6, 2013

S.O.S: Learning in Full Bloom

S.O.S: Learning in Full Bloom

Welcome to  Spotlight on Strategies Challenge!  Our S.O.S series  provides help, tips, and tricks for integrating DE media into your curriculum. Learning in Full Bloom PDF Version Background It’s likely been in your teaching ‘tool kit’ since you’ve gone through your teaching credential program.  You may have not even realized they were updated in 2000. 

Focus Forward

Read more about appreciating the present while setting your sites on a preferred future by checking out these three posts: http://jerryjennings.wordpress.com/2012/07/15/apprecitive-inquiry-is-in-part-about-asking-q/ http://jerryjennings.wordpress.com/2012/05/15/130934146/ http://jerryjennings.wordpress.com/2013/03/04/appreciate-the-present-dream-about-the-preferred-future-and-move-toward-the-dream/

HodgePodge of Lodge

If you have been to a Lodge McCammon workshop, then you will remember the laughter, fun and learning that took place. I too did this activity with students in my school and it was a blast. So now what else can you do with Lodge songs? Did you know they were a part of DiscoveryEducation

Techbook Times: Common Core Corner

We are often asked, “does Techbook have Common Core”? To understand the answer to this, one must first understand what is meant by “Common Core”.  Common Core is not a curriculum but rather a set of standards to guide the inclusion of literacy and/or math in our science and social studies lessons. So, when someone

Sir Ken Robinson Shows His Creativity

Tonight, Sir Ken Robinson will kick off DEN Teacher Appreciation Week with a special conversation you can be online, for free.  You’ve probably heard Sir Ken’s famous TED talk about creativityand learning, but have you ever seen him practice what he preaches?  Well, at the CUE Conference, where he was the keynote speaker, he did