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Principals and Teachers in Actions

Principals and Teachers in Actions

I hope you’re familiar with our DE in action series. It’s a rich, authentic look at the variety of ways teachers use Discovery Education in their classroom. From “pop in” style to 360 video experiences, we’ve tried to showcase, not just exemplary practices but a range of teachers, pedagogies, classroom configurations and ages. Missing was

Learning is: Exposing Misconceptions in Math

Learning is: Exposing Misconceptions in Math Visit Mrs Harach’s  grade 7 class in Spruce Grove, Alberta Canada. This month, they allowed our Discovery Education Community to join them in using an SOS in their Math class The Big Idea Mrs Harach uses Discovery Education’s SOS  to facilitate student learning in Structures Mathematics. Students have utilized the

Learning in 360: Exploring Engineering in Grade 3

Learning is: Allowing Students to Explore and Make Connections to Others Visit Mr Cote’s grade3 class in Spruce Grove, Alberta Canada. This month, they allowed our Discovery Education Community to join them in their study of forces within their Engineering Unit. The Big Idea Mr Cote uses Science Techbook to facilitate his students’ learning on Structures

Learning in 360: Introducing Ancient Civilizations

Learning is: Allowing Students to Make Connections to Ancient Civilizations Visit Mr McDonald’s grade 6/7 class in Surrey, British Columbia Canada. This month, they allowed our Discovery Education Community to join them in their study of Ancient Civilizations and specifically Mesopotamia. The Big Idea Mr McDonald introduced his students to Ancient Civilization using this video

Learning in 360 Degrees: Exploring STEM in the Study of the First Thanksgiving

Learning is: Finding the STEM in the Study of the History of Thanksgiving Visit Mrs. Mallien’s first grade classroom at University Elementary School in Shreveport, Louisiana. This month, they allowed our Discovery Education Community to join them in their study of the history of Thanksgiving and its STEM connections. The Big Idea Through interactive STEM

Learning in 360 Degrees: Ms. Wilson Makes Math Come Alive

Learning is: Mastering Fact Families Visit Dawn Wilson’s first grade classroom at AJ Whittenberg Elementary School of Engineering in Greenville County Schools, South Carolina. This month, they allowed our Discovery Education Community to join them in studying addition and subtraction facts. The Big Idea By completing a series of interactive centers featuring Discovery Education Streaming

Learning in 360 Degrees: Ms. Buto’s Students Master Math

Learning is: Mastering Multiplication Fluency Visit Gwen Buto’s third grade classroom at AJ Whittenberg Elementary School of Engineering in Greenville County Schools, South Carolina. This month, they allowed our Discovery Education Community to join them in studying multiplication fluency. The Big Idea By completing a series of interactive centers featuring Discovery Education Streaming Plus instructional

Learning in 360 Degrees: Ms. Davidson’s Students Are Heroic

Learning is: Exploring Heroes and Warriors in Literature and Real Life Visit Ms. Davidson’s ELA 4 classroom at J.L. Mann High School in Greenville County Schools, South Carolina. This month, they allowed our Discovery Education Community to join them in studying medieval life and literature. The Big Idea By completing a series of interactive centers

Learning in 360 Degrees: Ms. Fagan’s Students Explore the World

Learning is: Going to New Depths Visit Ms. Fagan’s 5th grade classroom at Fairview Elementary School in Buncombe County Schools. This month, they allowed our Discovery Education Community to join them in studying explorer Jacques Cousteau. The Big Idea By completing a series of interactive centers featuring Discovery Education Streaming Plus resources, Ms. Fagan’s English/Language Arts

Learning in 360 Degrees: Ms. Tatum’s Students Take On Order of Operations

Learning is: Computing  Visit Ms. Tatum’s 5th grade classroom at Fairview Elementary School in Buncombe County Schools. This month, they allowed our Discovery Education Community to join them in studying order of operations. The Big Idea By completing a series of interactive centers featuring Discovery Education Streaming Plus resources, Ms. Tatum’s students examined how to utilize

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