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Discovery Education Streaming Newsletter: April 2015

Discovery Education Streaming Newsletter: April 2015

Celebrate Earth Day with Discovery Education – this month’s newsletter is packed with resources for you to use with your students. Highlights include our Earth Day Digital Challenge, an Earth Day Content Collection and a look at America’s Top Young Scientist, Sahil Doshi’s environmentally friendly battery PolluCell to name a few. Find out more Check out

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Livestream Announcement: Virtual Tour of a Working Egg Farm!

Don’t Miss Your Chance to Transport Your Students to a Working Egg Farm! Discovery Education and the American Egg Board have joined forces to give your K-5 students a behind-the-scenes look at Creighton Brothers Farms in Atwood, Indiana. Join us as we explore the ecosystem and food webs of an egg farm and discover how

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Livestream Announcement: Meet Sahil, America’s Top Young Scientist

Meet Sahil, America’s Top Young Scientist February 24 at 1:00PM – 2:00PM EST Live from Pittsburgh, PA Meet Sahil Doshi, America’s 2014 Top Young Scientist. Inspired by the global energy crisis, Sahil developed an innovative new battery design called PolluCell and submitted his innovative idea to the 2014 Discovery Education 3M Young Scientist Challenge. Chosen

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Discovery Education Techbook Experience in Garland!

Greetings Garland ISD educators, parents, students, and the greater Garland community! You are invited to an exciting event that will showcase the power of the Discovery Education Science Techbook and other digital science resources available to all at Garland ISD!  Our Discovery Education team will facilitate informative, fun-filled, and engaging hands-on activities that will thrill and inspire parents, students,

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Bringing Polar Bears to your Classroom!

The DEN team is again partnering with Polar Bears International for their Tundra Connections program; bringing live, free webcasts from the tundra to your classroom during the annual polar bear migration in Churchill, Manitoba.  Soon, I’ll be packing my bags and headed to the Polar Bear Capital of the World.  I hope you and your students

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Upcoming Event: Explore the Innovation of Food Science Live at Chobani

Join us on September 16th at 1PM ET for a Virtual Field Trip to the Chobani Greek yogurt factory in Twin Falls, Idaho, where we’ll explore some key ingredients – like innovation and technology. Middle school classrooms will go behind the scenes to uncover the innovative technology used to make Greek yogurt and hear from real-world food scientists. Turn this

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Educator Spotlight: Lissa Moses

The following post is from 2010 Siemens STEM Institute Fellow, Lissa Moses.  Lissa invites you to learn more about her work by going to http://www.mosamack.org and reviewing her presentation at the 2014 Siemens STEM Institute here: http://www.siemenssteminstitute2014.com/daily-blog/mosamack-science-detective  She also has a special offer for all Discovery Educator Network educators. See below for more details. Reflections and an Opportunity

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The DEN Welcomes Siemens STEM Academy Educators

Next week is another one of my favorite weeks of the year because it’s the Siemens STEM Institute.  Coming off of a phenomenal week at DENSI 2014, so many of you continue to share your reflections through our blogs and other social media.  With that spirit of community in mind, next week we have the

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Join Tomorrow at 1pm ET: An Ultimate Cool School Assembly

REGISTER TODAY: An Ultimate Cool School Assembly Bending the Elements: Exploring the Way the World Works Tune into our Siemens Science Day Ultimate Cool School Assembly as Patti Duncan presents fun and interactive science activities and highlights the importance of science literacy. During this webcast, students will be amazed as they witness interactive demonstrations and mind-blowing experiments

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