Make the most of the Careers That Count: Virtual Field Trip to NBA headquarters, Madison Square Garden, and Madison Square Boys & Girls Club in New York with these viewing activities.
Judging by the excitement and cheers in the John Hayden Johnson Middle School auditorium on Friday, you wouldn’t have guessed the students had gathered there to do math problems. But it’s not every day that your middle school is graced by the presence of NBA legends, players, and executives. Students at the Washington D.C. school
There’s a lot more to mathematics education than memorizing formulas and equations. Discovery Education wants to show students that math is at work all around us — that includes all the action on the court. We have teamed up with the NBA to create new, basketball-focused problems for Math Techbook, Discovery Education’s digital textbook series. These
On December 1, 1891, Dr. James B. Naismith invented basketball, making today the 123rd birthday of the sport! Dr. Naismith was a Canadian-American doctor and physical education teacher. While working at the YMCA in Springfield, Massachusetts, Naismith was asked to come up with a sport that could be played indoors in winter, and came up with
[Original Post by Kelsey Johnson] March may have come to an end, but the madness of the NCAA basketball tournament (March Madness) is still going strong! If you’re anything like me, you’ve spent the majority of the past two weekends glued to your couch watching countless hours of college basketball. If you have spent your