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The Best of the Community on Twitter

The Best of the Community on Twitter

I’ve had a blast sharing what the Community has been doing in their schools and classrooms via the posts in this blog series and I hope you’ve enjoyed the posts as well. I was very surprised when learned that I received a DENny Award, more specifically, the RJ Stangherlin Award for Excellence in Blogging, for my

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2016 Day of in Discovery Edmonton, AB

On May 19th over 70 educators from the Edmonton & across North America participated in the Edmonton of Discovery. The day was filled with learning, sharing and connecting among educators.   Dean Shareski created a behind the scenes video at the event- see what a Day of Discovery is like: Steve Dembo kicked off the day with a session

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The Best of the Community on Twitter

If you’re in the United States, Memorial Day is just around the corner. For many, it’s a sign that school will soon be over. The students are getting anxious and the temperature in the classroom is rising, but that hasn’t stopped teachers from all over sharing images from their classrooms. Take a look below at some

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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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