Dive into works of art! The class would discover timeless works of art from the top art museums in the world. The fun and zanny cartoon characters give a short lesson of the history of the artist or the context of the work. The art spans many different eras and styles. Lots to choose from…. In the
Did you see the appearance this morning of a groundhog at 1 DP – Discovery Headquarters? Well, he was there, along with Steve Dembo, sharing 5 tips about Discovery Streaming. Check out the DEN National Blog for more info.
Sept. 23rd is the big day – the Discovery Education Streamathon. If you’re looking for more info check out the DEN National Blog.
I saw this come across Twitter today. It looks like Discovery’s new service will embed digital media into the curriculum. Check out the article – looks to be pretty good information. The link below will take you to an article from THE Journal. This journal, in itself, is a great resource. Discovery Launches Service To
Our school is using Discovery Streaming for the first time this year. I’ve had a little experience with it in the past, but for the most part, most of my teachers have not. The fourth graders are currently studying animals and their final project, after researching their information, will be creating a PowerPoint. One of
How do Wisconsin educators use DE Streaming when teaching the Civil War? Jennifer Dorman (Pennsylvania DEN) has set up a Google Form (below) to get your input. When completed, Jennifer will compile and post the results. Even if you don’t teach the Civil War, but have ideas for how it could be done, make sure to include your
Through January 2008, you can access the NBC news archive FREE through HotChalk. HotChalk is a learning management system that provides a community for teachers, students and parents that “…includes curriculum management, lesson plan development, automated assignment distribution, collection, and grading in a web-based environment.” [See About HotChalk]. This is a free system that relies on advertising