As students embark on the college process, they are often overwhelmed. There are so many colleges and universities to choose from, how can they know if they are choosing the right one? The TalentED Project gives unique access to free tools to help your students connect with admissions recruiters from selective colleges and universities across
Lisa Ebel, 4th grade teacher from California, shares how her students used SOS Jigsaw to dig into learning about animal sense receptors.
The use of 360-degree video has grown in recent years, providing users with the opportunity to travel to new environments from the comfort of their classrooms. 360-degree video, or 360 video, is an innovative technology that uses an omnidirectional camera to capture the entire surroundings of the camera. This new technology poses a unique opportunity
Learn how DEN Star Nicole Quick collaborated with teachers to use SOS 3 Truths and One Lie to help students review Algebraic functions.
I recently had the opportunity to complete the Financial Pursuit self-paced module by TGR EDU: Explore, and these are some of the reasons why I think you should bring it into your classroom. 1) Flexibility of Use: Geared for students in grades 9-12, this module can be utilized in a variety of ways. The flexibility
Are you an educator who likes learning, sharing and connecting with others? Do you enjoy learning new strategies for integrating digital media into your lessons? The DEN Ambassador Program can support you! The DEN Ambassador Program is a learning experience designed to build a community of educators who share, reflect and learn together as they
Welcome to our special Top Ten series on SOS in the classroom. This month we’re highlighting some of the most popular ways to use Spotlight on Strategies as Professional Development tools for educators.
Take your students on a digital quest with the new Financial Pur$uit self-paced module from TGR EDU: Explore to unlock important information about college financing and learn to navigate the financial aid process. Students and families often feel overwhelmed and confused by the college financial aid process, and paying for college can be a concern.
Learn how teacher Hugh McDonald from Surry, British Columbia uses SOS Table Top Texting to engage students in collaborative discussions and inquiry-based learning experiences.
Leslie Pope, Curriculum Coach from Johnston County Public Schools, shares how she mashed up Visual Walkabout and Six Word Story to engage 4th grade students in learning about the Coastal Plain in North Carolina.