Yes it is time to give thanks for all the fabulous DEN Stars. Check out where they are over the next few weeks. If you are presenting at a conference just fill out the form at the link. We will add it to this Website and we can all support each other at the different conferences.
The 2014 DENapalooza Tour kicks off on March 29th near Washington, DC. The tour is going to be great and the individual locations, all 12 across North America, will be fantastic in their own way. When it comes to spreading the word about each event and getting other educators to sign up, there’s a lot
Everyone meet DEN STAR extraordinaire Adam Winkle. He currently teaches kindergarten through fifth grade science as a related arts or “specials” class at Mike Davis Elementary. His school is considered Title 1 and is predominantly ELL or ESOL students, which means their knowledge of the content area when they come to class is lower than
Happy Mousey Monday from Mousey to our Cache and Cookies readers! March is American Red Cross Month and Discovery Education has various resources on the American Red Cross and its role throughout the world’s history. The American Red Cross, also known as the American National Red Cross is a foundation that provides humanitarian aid, emergency
Welcome to Spotlight on Strategies Challenge! Our S.O.S series provides help, tips, and tricks for integrating DE media into your curriculum Feature Find PDF Version Background With the focus on more rigorous standards, students have experiences with high-level informational texts at earlier and earlier ages. By focusing instruction on text features, teachers can support students