On Thursday, February 2, 2017, educators from across Georgia gathered for our third annual Dining with the DEN at GSTA in Stone Mountain, Georgia. Each year, we bring together individuals who are passionate about teaching, learning, and connecting for an evening of networking and fun. Our attendees shared their stories from the day of learning
Hey everyone! My name is Ashley and I’m one of the new kids on the block here at Discovery Education. I’m originally from Columbia, MD but was raised in that sweet peachy state of Georgia. I am a Towson University alumna, and received my
You’ve probably heard of the famed ’49ers. Not the football team, but the miners who flocked to California in 1849, to harvest that state’s riches….but did you know that the first major gold rush was actually in Georgia? It happened in the Blue Ridge Mountains, in a small North Georgia town, now known as Dahlonega.
Remind 101 http://remind101.com/ is a site that allows teachers to set up computer-based text messaging. The service is currently free, and in Beta test mode. Check it out!
If you recently updated to ios5 and/or received an iPhone for a gift- here are the top 5 tips I have shared with others. Please feel free to comment and post any additional tips for the greater good! TOP 5 TIPS I HAVE SHARED WITH NEW iOS5 USERS: 1- GRAPHICS IN TEXTS/MESSAGES: You can add
This article is from the Georgia Public Broadcasting website and contains information applicable to all U.S. students. Click here to view the article in its entirety. The Georgia Legislative Session kicks off Monday January 9, 2012 Are you looking for ways to introduce your students to the work of the Georgia legislature? Do you want
CLASS DOJO Class Dojo http://www.classdojo.com/ is a web-based real-time behavior management tool for classrooms. Right now it is in Beta testing mode, but it might be worth a try to look at the site and see what you think. It is free to sign up, and it also allows you to use your smartphone to document and
I recently purchased a yearly subscription to Weebly (www.weebly.com) for several reasons– 1- to allow my students to submit library book suggestions to me via email, 2- to give my students a place to ask technical questions via email, 3- to create an online “form” for staff members to submit purchasing requests. What I