STEM is not just about exploring the world around us, but a reason to take action and bring change to the world in a positive way. This month we examine ways you can make an impact on the world and your community through STEM! STEMtistic of the Month: Since 1979, during summer, arctic ice decreased
P is for Polar Bear, U is for… Ulu? Let’s go through the alphabet, Arctic-style! We’ll see polar bears and other organisms that live in the Arctic regions and learn some new words along the way.
Modern resources to raise awareness of the impact of drugs and alcohol and to empower students to make positive choices.
Two Discovery Education resources were recently named winners in the 2016 Awards of Excellence by Tech & Learning magazine in the New Product category: Discovery Education Science Techbook for NGSS and EA SPORTS Madden NFL: Football by the Numbers. The full list of winners of the 34th-annual Tech & Learning Awards of Excellence can be viewed online.
At the center of the nation’s capital rests the world’s largest library. Inside, a treasure trove of historic artifacts dating back to the days of the Founding Fathers is waiting to be explored, along with other important items on more than 830 miles of shelves. This Constitution Day, take your class on a virtual visit to the Library
Go inside the U.S. State Department with Discovery Education, and meet some of the world’s greatest thinkers as they envision plans to help save our ocean. “Of the People: Protecting Our Ocean” is Discovery Education’s latest virtual field trip. On Sept. 14, we will take viewers to Washington D.C., where leaders at the State Department
Join Fablevision Author Peter Reynolds, Dot Day Creator Terry Shay, and Discovery Education to #CelebrateWithDE for International Dot Day.
We’re celebrating the 90th birthday of Her Majesty The Queen with a live broadcast and royal tea party for schools across the globe.
Join Us Wednesday, May 18th @ 1PM ET Exclusive virtual field trip next Wednesday, May 18th @ 1pm ET, with Connie Britton, star of Nashville and Friday Night Lights (and United Nations Development Programme Goodwill Ambassador), and the students of Staten Island Academy. Connie Britton will lead the discussion on the root causes and impact of poverty, explore how students are helping
#CelebratewithDE and join us as we tour Discovery Communication’s world headquarters and meet the men and women behind the world’s #1 nonfiction media company.
With five live-streamed career spotlights and accompanying hands-on STEM activities, your students will be immersed in the STEM skills needed to succeed in a variety of creative and technical fields.