The use of social media is commonplace for educators nowadays. I interact daily with teachers on Twitter, which is my social network of choice. I monitor each person that follows me and make sure they are educators that are going to be interested in the things I post about. I think the most important component
VirtCon is October 19 Whether you are joining from one of the in-person viewing locations or a living room, soccer field, or coffee shop near you, have you decided where you’ll be for VirtCon 2019? Join the DEN on Saturday, October 19 from 8:45 AM–2:30 PM ET to hear “Community Favorites” presented by DEN STAR
Try a new twist on a tried and true strategy: Silence is Golden.
Find out why Peter Panico says putting Spotlight on Strategies together with a centers-based instructional model focused on specific sub-standards and topics within each unit of study has been a “game changer” in his classroom—increasing student engagement, accountability, and comprehension.
Learn several great ideas for adapting Spotlight On Strategies AEIOU in a variety of ways!
Learn great ideas for adapting SOS Six Word Story for many different classroom situations.
Great ideas for changing up SOS Three Truths and One Lie to adapt it for many learning opportunities in your classroom!
Learn how Emily Strickland’s students mastered division of fractions with a mashup of SOS Hook ‘Em and SOS Paper Slide.
Learn how DEN Friend Courtney Warlick used SOS IDEA Share as a professional development tool.
On Saturday, October 13, over 50 educators from across Central Massachusetts participated at a Day of Discovery co-hosted with Worcester Public Schools. A variety of sessions were presented by area educators and members of the Discovery Education Team. Sessions included: Getting Started with Discovery Education, Emily Wirth, Discovery Education Spotlight on Strategies, Mary Anne