When I grow up, I want to be like Miss Frizzle–the hair, the dresses, the pet lizard…and of course, the magic school bus. Thanks to Discovery, you too can go on adventures with Miss Frizzle and her class with the animated science series “Magic School Bus”. To explore all things science, Miss Frizzle transforms a
Confession: I have seen most, if not all of the episodes of a show called “Grossology”. I can blame this partially on the fact that I have an 8 year old son who revels in anything with the words ‘snot’, “poop’ and ‘fart’ in it. The first time I saw Grossology I was conned into
The Mythbusters Explosive Exhibit just opened at the Denver Museum of Nature and Science. I was lucky enough to tour it before it officially opened. I love the hands-on nature of the exhibition and that you get to declare tests as confirmed, plausible, or busted. I thought about how my students would do with these.
One of the most popular sessions at our DENapalooza Denver event last month was an unconference session allowing teachers to complete their STAR application. We’re so excited to welcome the following new DEN STARS to the Colorado Council! Tara Ail Jeff Allen Debbie Barr Tanya Cunningham Heather Fortelka Linda Horne Christi JohnsonLaura Kannaka Beth
“Don’t try this at home–we are what you’d call ‘experts’.” When you hear these words, you know it’s MythBusters time. Subscribers to Discovery Education Streaming are lucky to be able to have on-demand access to many Mythbusters episodes to use with their students. (Note: It may be that Mythbusters is for Discovery Streaming Plus subscribers
Image Credit: http://mla.multiview.com/userlogo/mla/58174v1v1.jpg Welcome to a new series written by the Discovery Educator Network’s Blog and Social Media Team! In this series, we’ll be sharing some of our favorite Discovery Series and how we’re using them in classrooms. This week, we’re looking more into animated versions of classic children’s stories published by Weston Woods.
Gwynn Moore (@gimmym) and I (@apstechgoddess) had some fun chasing down Chompie at ISTE a few weeks ago. Instead of tweeting a single “We found him” tweet, we decided to have a bit more fun with a whole series of tweets that told a story. Here is our Twitter-Tale. Last morning of #iste13. Starting with
I am spending today in a full-day PD session on Nettrekker. If you are a teacher and haven’t heard of Nettrekker, call your district Ed Tech department now and ask them when they will be providing this resource to you and your students. Nettrekker is an Internet search tool for students. It allows for three
Be the first to get a look at upcoming enhancements to Discovery Education! This sneak peek will showcase integration strategies for leveraging new tools, content, and resources, including Discovery Education Student Board Builder and the new Discovery Education Streaming Plus with model lessons, assessments, and digital content designed to address specific Math and ELA Common
Deanna Duray (@dlpd17) got some great news in late January. The Colorado DEN STAR’s classroom at Little Elementary in Arvada, CO, was one of seven classrooms in Jefferson County that were chosen to receive an iPad 1 to 1 grant from The Friedman Family Foundation. The Denver Post wrote a short article about the grant.