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Why True STEM Learning Begins at Home

Why True STEM Learning Begins at Home

By Jonathan Gerlach — International Consultant for STEM Education Initiatives, Discovery Education Though there has been an increased focus on STEM (science, technology, engineering, and mathematics) skills recently, the ideals of STEM education were a recurring priority in education years before the term was first coined by the National Science Foundation in 2001. In the

How to Reach Middle Schoolers By Mastering the Four C’s

By Margaret Ferry The middle school years can be among the toughest for teachers, administrators, and the students themselves. While there’s no easy formula to apply for dealing successfully with this complicated group of adolescents, surviving  — and thriving — in the middle school years may lie not in mastering the 3 R’s of reading,

Discovery Education Inside :30 Webinar Series

Professional Learning for Busy District-Level Administrators Inside :30 is a new thought-provoking webinar series that will explore important educational topics and provide you with innovative ideas to make improvements in teaching and learning…all in just 30 minutes.

Increasing Math Achievement at the Secondary Level

Ensuring that students meet more rigorous math standards requires a coherent and comprehensive plan for preparing and supporting teachers and administrators. Hear from experts and a school district about the pedagogical and practical considerations in building an effective professional development plan.

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