Tag archives for Discovery Education Partnerships

  1. The STARS Are Shining Tonight

    In this very special edition of Shining STARs, tonight at 7 PM we are featuring students from the Wilkes/Discovery Education Instructional Media program, who will be sharing some of the best projects that they’ve created during their coursework. Be prepared to be dazzled! You still have time to register. Vince Hill is the Director of […]

  2. Meeting a Storm Chaser!

    In my current position, or should I say positions(I wear many hats) I get to see a lot of exciting activities.  In addition to being the Director of Technology Integration for Propel Schools, I am the science coordinator.  I am the SOS or Specialist on Site.  I believe that this was due to my knowledge […]

  3. 5 Things To Share

    We had a Leadership Council webinar last evening, so I would like to share some of the important reminders and information from Lance. Without a doubt, the DEN Tech or Trear Fall Virtual Conference was an astounding success. We held the same numbers of attendees as we had last year. But–and here’s the good news–we […]

  4. Repower America Wall + Discovery Education Resources = Clean Energy

    Not that long ago, I found Repower America in my Google Reader and subscribed via emails. This message is the most recent one I received, and as educators, we can see the unlimited opportunities to take this idea of impacting our energy issues to the classroom. If you are concerned with our country developing clean […]

  5. The Front Story

    We understand the concept of a “back story” and a “back channel,” but I noticed I almost never think of the front story, what comes before something. So it was last evening when Steve Dembo began with all the initiatives that Discovery has embarked upon, before Chris Dede‘s opening EdTechConnect webinar. I missed the first […]

  6. Congratulations to America's Top Young Scientist of 2009!

    Congratulations to Marina Dimitrov: America’s Top Young Scientist of 2009 and a rising Discovery Education STAR! Marina Dimitrov Bozeman, MT 2009 Winner   Marina Dimitrov of Bozeman, MT is the grand prize winner of the Discovery Education 3M Young Scientist Challenge, capturing the prestigious title of “America’s Top Young Scientist,” $50,000 in U.S. Savings Bonds […]

  7. CDW-G and Discovery Education Help You Understand Web 2.0

    Reposted from the DEN National Blog. CDW-G and Discovery Education are pleased to bring an awesome free resource to educators around the globe about ways to use Web 2.0 in your classrooms. The program features lesson plans, activities, links and more to help you conquer technophobia and learn all about Web 2.0.  My favorite part of […]

  8. H1N1 Discovery Webinar

    Get Ready for Flu Season September is National Preparedness Month, and Discovery Education, in partnership with the Ad Council and the Federal Emergency Management Agency’s Ready Campaign, invite you and your students to join a free H1N1 webinar to learn how you can be prepared this flu season.   Hear from experts at these organizations: […]

  9. Are Your Students Ready to Change the World?

    We can talk about students as agents of change, but the Siemens We Can Change the World Challenge, partnering with Discovery Education and the National Science Teachers Association invite you to join the only Challenge of its kind that empowers students to create solutions to environmental problems in their own backyards, and to share their […]