Attention all educators with access to Discovery Education’s Assessment tools. We are pleased to announce an upcoming enhancement to Assessment and additional components within Progress Zone that we are equally proud of, and excited to debut. We’ve held on to all of the features that you hold dear, and listened and learned from the ideas
The Mythbusters Explosive Exhibit just opened at the Denver Museum of Nature and Science. I was lucky enough to tour it before it officially opened. I love the hands-on nature of the exhibition and that you get to declare tests as confirmed, plausible, or busted. I thought about how my students would do with these.
This Saturday in Harrisburg was STEM-tastic at the Boys & Girls Club! Local STARs connected to the DEN VirtCon and helped get students excited about the possibilities of Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM). During Family Fun Day we got our hands-dirty (literally…food coloring doesn’t come off as easy as you might think) and worked
DEN Reads wrapped up it’s latest book, Fish! a few weeks ago and it’s time to share the next book. This time around we’re going to read Switch – How to Change Things When Change is Hard. Join us beginning next week! Here’s Our Schedule of Events… What are your options? Remember, do what you
On this day… On October 23rd, 2001, Apple released the first line of iPods, offering “1,000 songs in your pocket.” The iPod is a line of portable media players designed and created by Apple Inc. The first iPod was released about 8 months after the release of the Macintosh version of iTunes, Apple’s media player
The ability to edit photos has become an indispensable tool in an educators box. I am a math teacher and in order to create assessments, worksheets, study guides, lesson presentations…etc. I need to be able to edit pictures, create drawings, and combine elements of them both into one element on a page. Until the last few