During School Library Month this April, Discovery Education joins teachers, students, parents, and communities in celebrating the essential role that strong school library programs play in transforming learning.
Dr. Troy Hicks shares ideas for incorporating digital writing into your instructional practice.
Discovery Education joins teachers, students, parents, and communities in celebrating reading and instilling a love for literature at all ages. In this Lively Lesson, we share favorite literature series and resources in the Discovery Education library and instructional ideas for use in your classroom.
Discovery Education and CME Group have launched the second in their series of Economics-based learning modules for the Econ Essentials program titled Facts about Food. The self-paced module guides high school students in their exploration of economics concepts from a modern farming perspective. It’s the journey of food from the farm to the consumer’s table that makes the classroom
Recently the world celebrated International Dot Day; a day where we celebrate creativity and making your mark in the world. A Dot Day celebration isn’t complete without a little bit of Discovery Education SOS and we were certainly not disappointed. I found a strategy perfect for the day, filled with the curved edges of Dot
At Discovery Education we’re eager to learn about and stay ahead of trends in education. Financial literacy is one topic that we’ve noticed being talked about more and more in education circles. We’d like to get an understanding of how financial literacy is currently being taught (or not taught) among our community members. If you have 10 minutes,
This is the fifth in a series of blog posts highlighting the digital literacies our students will need to succeed. The first four posts covered financial literacy, visual literacy, media literacy and historical literacy. This post will provide you with some ideas on how to infuse numeracy, one of the traditional literacies along with reading and writing, into the
Please tell us so by completing this link or the form below! You might recall the past few years when we’ve helped get the word out about the High School Business Challenge. This year we want to hear from educators that incorporate financial literacy into their classrooms. Complete the form and we may reach out to you to provide
I am not happy to report that if the law Michigan is considering passing which would keep third graders in third grade until they learn to read would mean I might still be there. That is true because I was a non reader in third grade. And more
From the commercials to the billboards, holiday shopping (and spending) can often spark great conversations with students. If you’re looking to start a financial literacy conversation with your students during this time of year, or if you want to share some great curriculum resources with parents, take a look at one of our partners in