Monday evening continued of our 5 Ways to Use Discovery Education webinar series. Each month, we’ll be highlighting DEN Community members as they share 5 unique strategies, tools, or resources for using Discovery Education in your classroom. In case you missed it, here are the educators that were spotlighted along with the resources we shared.
The setup. Now for some context. What’s the seemingly oddest learning experience you’ve had that you were able to make a connection with? What about with your students? How do we teach people to see patterns and connections.
DENapalooza Halifax on Saturday, April 18th! The DENapalooza tour for 2015 is making its first stop in Canada. Halifax is honored to be a host city for DENapalooza. Through the DENapalooza series of professional development events, educators can share the power of making connections through the Discovery Educator Network. These free, full day events are
Follow the bouncing ball. We hosted our second 5 Ways to use Discovery Education on Monday. This month we had a bit of a March Madness theme. In case you missed February’s edition, the blog post gives you the highlights. These monthly webinars showcase the community and many resources available to you within Discovery Education. I
If we consider life a journey, it’s important and fun to look back at how we ended in the place we are today. For the past 10 years or so I’ve been on a journey and many of you have been on one similar to mine. Some have started at different points but the idea that
After doing several of these events, they keep getting better. If you saw my tweets or got my emails about tonight’s event and skipped it, you made a mistake. #yowignite — Shauna Pollock (@misspollock) February 26, 2015 Over 90 educators learners gathered on a very cold evening to participate in an evening of sharing,
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Cross posted on Ideas and Thoughts It’s been a great privilege of mine to organize and host several evenings across Canada called “Ignite Your Passion for Discovery”. These evenings are held in a local watering hole and feature passionate educators from the Discovery Educator Network and beyond sharing a story of passion be it in
85 educators walk into a bar… That’s what happened last night in Vancouver. A gathering of teachers from various districts crammed into a small space to share passions and connect with folks who are passionate about children and learning. This rendition, like the previous events in Winnipeg and Edmonton featured great presenters and enthusiastic participants who
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