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Mark D-Day on June 6, by remembering what was a stake and what was at risk. The largest amphibious military operation in history at the time Operation Overlord (also known as D-Day) invaded German-occupied Normandy on June 6, 1944. Commemorate the somber occasion with resources that include a video review of the mission and original
Learn great ideas for using Spotlight on Strategies to build student communication skills.
Learning in 360: Supporting Social Emotional Learning with Streaming Learning is: Visit Miss Matthews 5th grade class in Stockton, California. Her school, John R Williams Elementary, invited the Discovery Education Community to share their experience with a Board Builder Challenge tapping into various resources from Streaming Plus. Several classes from grades 4 through 6
Carrie Willis and Caitlin Arakawa share their SOS Story and how they pair technology with Spotlight On Strategies to enhance learning in their classrooms and school.
This Memorial Day, honor the members of the military and especially those who have given their lives in service to our country. Use Discovery Education’s Content Collection and special Celebrate with DE video to give students a deep understanding of the meaning and celebration of the holiday. Then, dive into the specific resources we’ve selected
Join all Americans in celebrating the history and contributions of Asian and Pacific Islanders in this country. This month is a great time to let your students explore the islands’ geographies and history and discover the accomplishments of people who came from this amazing area of the world. We’ve selected special resources that define the
Learn some great ideas for using Spotlight on Strategies to get help students gain perspective and understand point of view, both of which help them connect with WHY they are learning something.
Though SOS Strategies are flexible enough to be used in any classroom, regardless or experience or access to technology, some strategies are a natural fit for incorporating the use of technology. Educators share how SOS and technology—in the form of tablet and Chrome-based apps, websites, and Google Classroom templates—are the perfect match.