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The Best of the Community on Twitter – #RedNoseDay Edition

The Best of the Community on Twitter – #RedNoseDay Edition

It’s been a few weeks since the last post in this series, but there will still be a couple of more posts in the series before summer vacation. The school year is winding down. For some, there might only be a few weeks left. Others, however, might have a month to go. Even though the

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The Best of the Community on Twitter

There was more great sharing this week by Discovery Education Community members. Educators shared images of professional development opportunities, including excitement about the 2106 DEN Summer Institute. They also shared pictures of students participating in a Virtual Field Trip for Earth Day (archive here), working with Board Builder, and using the super popular SOS Series.

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The Best of the Community on Twitter

A few days ago, I came across a blog post written by Wes Fryer. The title of the post is How Much Should Teachers Share Online? I think you should read it. Wes brings up some great points, mentioning that many people are familiar with the importance of face to face sharing of lessons plans

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The Best of the Community on Twitter

There’s not going to be a long, fancy, introductory paragraph this week. This post is already a few days late so rather than take up your time reading, I’m going to get to some of the great things shared this week. I love seeing the tweets sharing how teachers and students are using Discovery Education

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The Best of the Community on Twitter

It’s an interesting time of the year, especially when it comes to the various names for it. First, there’s March Madness. The college basketball season just ended with the Villanova taking the title, most likely making Lance Rougeux very happy. There’s also Spring Break. It’s now over and everyone’s getting back in the swing of

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The Best of the Community on Twitter

If you talk to people who have been involved in the DEN Community for a while, they will tell you that what makes it great is the people. From the Community team to the teachers across the globe, the love of learning and sharing is everywhere. People take great pride in what they’re doing and

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A little Principal love

We at Discovery Education love principals. We understand the critical nature of their role and their importance in school and student success. It’s why people like Jannita have helped developed more opportunities for these folks to connect and learn in the same ways we support our broader educational community. It’s with this in mind that

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The Best of the Community on Twitter

I love the fact that teachers are sharing what’s going on in their classrooms with the Community via Twitter. When I sift through the @DiscoveryEd mentions in my TweetDeck, the images are fantastic. With this much sharing among each other, are teachers sharing with parents? I can count on one hand the number of pictures

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The Best of the Community on Twitter

Last week, educators across North America had the chance to take their students on two adventures. The first was a celebration connected to Read Across America. Students experienced a live read aloud of the book Going Places from award-winning authors and illustrators Peter H. and Paul A. Reynolds. The live stream from the FableVision Studios

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