Discovery Educators- ‘Tis the season to reflect on where we’ve been and begin to map where we’re heading next. Each year, our team resolves to bring you programs and resources that are timely and meaningful to your professional goals. In order for us to accomplish this, we need your help in understanding what YOU value
On Tuesday evening Patti Duncan (@yoyosciteach) and I (@ktschutt) had the opportunity to showcase your Discovery Education Community in our Survey Says webinar series. The focus was STEM in the classroom, and the connections made during the event were phenomenal. We encourage you to follow, connect, and learn from these educators and share what you’re doing
Beyond the Writing, Top 10 Ways to Pop Your Blog: 1. First Impressions Count: Header and Tag Line If you are Steve Dembo, aka Teach 42, his domain name (and yes, his son has one too), you really do not need a tag line explaining what a reader can expect to find on your blog.
STEM Survey If you happened to participate either or at an in-person event at the DEN SCIcon 2010 on Saturday, January 9, you will be happy to know that Discovery is working on a variety of new programs related to STEM education and need some feedback from our community. Give Discovery your input and you’ll
If you attended but did not get the chance to complete our survey, here it is for you to finish at your convenience. To the 30+ dedicated people who spent Saturday with us, we thank you for attending and hope your day with Discovery was a rich and rewarding experience. Let us know. Loading…
Note: Copied from Dorman’s Trouvalles The Discovery Educator Network is seeking feedback from educators who have participated in the DEN and/or attended DEN-sponsored events. This survey should take you about 5 minutes to complete. We really appreciate your feedback. Fill out my Wufoo form! If you are a blogger and would like to embed this