Daily Archives: February 6, 2014

Microsoft Excel For Educators: Segment 1

Microsoft Excel For Educators: Segment 1

Do you find yourself wishing you could put student data and information to work for you more frequently than you feel you are able to today? Is one of the reasons that this data is often stored all over the place in hundreds of different files and Excel documents? Is another reason that you feel

Chad’s Choices from the Community

I was able to wrangle the blog series back from Steve after his attempt at a hostile takeover. Okay, it wasn’t hostile, I asked him to fill in while I was out two weeks ago, which he did, flawlessly! Nonetheless, I’m back with another post in the blog series, Chad’s Choices from the Community. This

Making Stuff with DE: New Series

We are happy to announce Making Stuff with Discovery Education: a new webinar series. The series consists of tutorials and webinars to showcase a variety of tools to “make stuff” with Discovery Education content.  They are all related to student-created content using the funkiest web tools available. Each Making Stuff… will highlight one web tool

#DENchat Tonight

Tonight is the first #denchat of February. January chats were amazing, brought in lots of new people, and allowed for the sharing of excellent resources and ideas. Thanks to everyone who participated. We hope to see you back in February! Tonight, we are chatting about DEN STAR Exclusives. You’ve hopefully heard the term “DEN STAR” used,