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Discovery Education Monthly STEM Content Highlights – June

Discovery Education Monthly STEM Content Highlights – June

Water, Water, (Challenges) Everywhere… This month we look towards a Glocal (Global & local impact) challenge in society: water. Whether we look at issues with water pollution, access to drinkable water, using water as an energy source, or changing weather patterns; water is impacting us all. The National Academy of Engineering (NAE) has declared the

Content Showcase: Summer 2017

Explore new content additions as well as some exciting summer learning opportunities. Preview featured titles in DE Streaming and Techbook in the United States and Canada. Links to each program mentioned in the video are located below. STEM Career Closeup: Water Quality Specialist by EarthEcho International, Inc. Grades: 6-8, 9-12 Services: Streaming U.S., Streaming Canada

Discovering Farmland: Four Ways We’re Sustainable On Our Farm

Like what you see below? Join our Twitter Chat sharing new ways to teach sustainability in agriculture on May 23 at 6:30 pm ET at #FarmlandChat. Sign up today here. Special Guest Post by Carla Wardin  When people talk about sustainability, I like to point to generational farms as an example. I’m the sixth generation in

Discovery Education Monthly STEM Content Highlights – May

In May, We Celebrate Teachers! This month we celebrate the individuals who challenged us, molded us, and helped inspire us all for who we have become today. Today’s teachers, those who accepted the baton and are tirelessly changing our world’s future, are shaping the innovators and leaders of tomorrow. There are only two words we

2017 Siemens Competition is Now Open

Established in 1999, the Siemens Competition is the nation’s premier science research competition for high school students and seeks to promote excellence by encouraging students to undertake individual or team research projects. Scholarships for winning projects range from $1,000 to $100,000. Listen to last year’s Individual National Winner, Vineet Edupuganti. Learn More About the Siemens

Know the Risks: The Facts About E-Cigarettes Virtual Field Trip

Tune in Live to the KNOW THE RISKS Virtual Field Trip  April 25th 1 PM EDT Electronic cigarettes, or e-cigarettes, are now the most commonly used tobacco product among U.S. youth. But do students know the risks associated with these products? The latest U.S. Surgeon General’s Report on E-cigarette use among Youth and Young Adults

THE TOYOTA IMPACT: THE ENGINEERING BEHIND SAFETY

Join us Live:  Thursday, April 20, 1:00 PM ET Take your students behind-the-scenes of Toyota Motor North America Research and Development HQ where technology meets passion in the hub of design, research, and development for Toyota Motor North America. Meet the engineers, scientists, and technicians who envision the future of safety and then use science,

Content Showcase: April 2017

Discover amazing new resources and join us in celebrating our favorite holiday—Earth Day! Preview featured titles in DE Streaming and Techbook in the United States and Canada. Links to each program mentioned in the video are located below. Earth Day by SchoolMedia, Inc. Grades: K-2, 3-5, 6-8 U.S. Services – Canadian Services Real World Science: Trash and the Environment by Mazzarella

Special Offer for the Red Nose Day Video Challenge

Special offer for the Red Nose Day: 60 Minute SOS Video Challenge. Four easy steps to incorporate into your day that builds awareness around poverty and provide an opportunity for your students to act. Register and Complete the Video Challenge to receive a teacher DEN Hoodie & Red Noses for each student that submits a video.  

STEM Strategies that Work – March 2017

STEM Culture is something that is developed over time through intentional strategies which highlight STEM careers, STEM skills, and the interconnectivity of the world around us all. Each month we are highlighting some of the strategies we see in classrooms from our DEN and STEM educators building pathways for their colleagues to implement a STEM culture.

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