In our previous post, we looked at resources to help students and families understand the true cost of college and research different types of financial aid. This week, we focus in on student self-advocacy and how they can put their best foot forward for admissions recruiters. Resumes aren’t just something used when seeking employment. Building
The lively cartoon band, Cha-Ching has lots of great ways to help you and your students celebrate Financial Literacy Month. Here’s their top countdown of greatest hits! 1.Press Play! Listen to one (or all!) of Cha-Ching’s 17 music videos which teach kids the basics of financial literacy. 2. Join us for a-rockin’ good time in
The Spotlight On Strategies series contains a collection of creative, research-based instructional strategies that incorporate digital media in meaningful, effective, and practical ways.
This collection continues to be one of the most used, and most valued, resources for the Discovery Educator Network community. It contains more than 135 research based instructional strategies with video vignettes and downloadable PDF instructions for using them in your classroom.
There are so many ways to celebrate Earth Day and Discovery Education has resources whether you are focusing on air, water, land, or animals. If you want to join the Earth Day Network in this year’s focus, turn your students’ attention towards the goal of ending plastic pollution with these resources about plastic, including its
Even though NFL players are in the off-season, you and your class can still get in an NFL workout and learn about the science of physical activity. The American Heart Association and the National Football League, working together with Discovery Education, have created resources to help your class get moving. To see how you might
In our previous post, we looked at pathways students can follow after high school, with tools and resources to help navigate their journey. This week, we focus in on the financial side of further education. Students and parents can easily become overwhelmed with the vast amount of information surrounding paying for further education. This is
Triskaidekaphobia: the fear of the number 13. It’s a great word to say, spell, and study. Find out if your students are nervous about Friday the 13th and then look into superstitions and good luck charms. If you want to embrace the day, Discovery Education has plenty of creepy and spine-tingling content to keep your
Discovery Education’s Spotlight on Strategies (SOS) series offers meaningful, effective, and practical instructional ideas to incorporate digital resources to support and celebrate students of all learning differences.
Batter Up! Go for a grand slam with DEN Spring Training 2018. We all need a little batting practice to hone our skills and develop our professional practice, and that’s what DEN Spring Training is all about. You’re invited to participate in this four-week challenge: each week, you will be given a new task to
The United States Senate declared April National Financial Literacy Month to dedicate focus on increasing the financial capability of our youth. The statistics are both staggering and eye-opening: More than 1 in 6 students in the US do not reach the baseline level of proficiency in financial literacy Nearly 1/4 of millennials spend more than