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4 Steps to Measure Growth in an Inquiry-Based Science Classroom

4 Steps to Measure Growth in an Inquiry-Based Science Classroom

By Jeanette Edelstein I loved science as a young kid. A paper model of the solar system hung across my bedroom ceiling. I marveled at the sight of tiny onions pulled from grass clumps in my backyard.  And I dutifully gave my cats checkups with the real stethoscope I got from my dad. So what

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,

Two Great Promotions for DEN STARs

If you’re a DEN STAR, have you taken advantage of our exclusive promotions that are available to you? We sure hope you have, but if you haven’t, what are you waiting for? Perhaps you need more information. Read on. One offer, from our friends at 3M provides the Discovery Education Science Techbook to all STAR

Techbook at the Tip of Your Finger with Brad Fountain

Intrigued by this latest touch-based technology? Wondering how these new devices are reshaping the learning landscape of our schools? Brad Fountain explores techniques for building a mobile learning toolkit powered by Discovery Education. Want the latest updates for accessing Discovery Education Techbook content on mobile devices as we shift our student’s focus from consuming content

Build Your Lesson with the Discovery Education Techbook with Patti Duncan

Continuing the theme on hands-on, interactive, and how to, our DE Team Member and DEN GURU Patti Duncan joins with Discovery Education TechBook team as they build a media-infused lesson presentation that you can use in your classroom. This make-and-take session will give you practical examples that you may immediately use in the classroom. In

High Definition Hall Davidson

They’re Coming from the Cloud and They’re There to Help: The New Digital

Hall Davidson, Distinguished Lecturer and an amazing tech guru began his presentation by defining terms because they define us. Early “stuff” existed in itself, like floppy disks, CD Roms, flashdrives, a wired network but then progress. Now we can deliver that same information because we have more devices that move around, wirelessly. Wi-Fi and mobile

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