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DEN Trend Report: 3/22/2017

DEN Trend Report: 3/22/2017

In this DEN Trend Report:
>EdTech Digest Awards Program 2017 – Finalists
>Groundbreaking school blends high school and college together 
>Eight Ways Parents Can Develop Global Competence at Home
>EdTech: The Secret Weapon
>Response: What Teaching in the Year 2047 Might Look Like
>What Do People Know About Excellent Teaching and Learning?
>Why One School Lives as Another Dies in the Same Building
>Easy Digital Tools for Modeling in the Science Classroom
>15 Ideas to Ensure That Project Based Learning is Grounded in Content and Standards
>As Education Goes Digital, Some Parents Are Left Behind

Join Your Community at DENSI 2017

For more than a decade, Discovery Education has been committed to supporting opportunities for the amazing educators who use Discovery Education resources to connect both virtually and in person. We understand the role vibrant professional learning communities play in supporting educators. We know that educators’ most valuable resources are each other, and we are here

DEN Trend Report: 1/19/17

In this DEN Trend Report:
>9 secrets of incredibly efficient districts
>How media literacy is critical to saving our democracy 
>Don’t Ignore Teachers in Evaluation Studies of Education Technology
>STEM Day Website Offers Masses of Classroom Activities
>iPads ignite furor in schools
>New Google Classroom features make it easier to learn, teach, manage, and build 6 K-12 administrators to watch in 2017
>How Your Student Can Become America’s Top Young Scientist 

Building School 2.0: Be One School featuring Rachael Postle Brown

From guest blogger Rachael Postle Brown Chris Lehmann and Zac Chase share a powerful story in chapter 5 of their book Building School 2.0.  The story is one that describes the feelings of a failed teacher and the reaction of the teacher’s administrator.  When I read this chapter I had an immediate rush of memories

Take 5: Finding Your One Percent

Join Steve Dembo, Director of Learning Communities and Social Media Strategy for Discovery Education, as he explores ways to identify your top 1%. There are stories being told about your schools in the social spaces, whether you’re the one doing the telling or not.  Do you know who’s telling the story of your schools?  Jackie

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