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SummerRoundup

Content Showcase: Summer Roundup

Content Showcase: Summer Roundup

Discovery Education’s Content Team presents to you the fifth installment of Content Showcase. This month’s episode provides a roundup of programs covering a variety of topics, including social justice, storytelling, the science of sound, and American history. Featured programs are available in DE Streaming and Techbook in the United States and Canada. Links to each program mentioned in the video

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Content Showcase: Space Exploration

In honor of Science Channel’s Space Week and the arrival of NASA’s New Horizons space probe at Pluto after a nine-year journey, this month’s Content Showcase features videos related to space science. Featured programs are available in DE Streaming and Techbook in the United States and Canada. Links to each program mentioned in the video are

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Toyota TeenDrive365 – Vote Now For Your Favorite Student Video

Starting today, April 16th through April 30, we invite you to visit www.TeenDrive365InSchool.com/vote to view the TeenDrive365 Video Challenge top 10 videos to place your vote for the People’s Choice award. Over 1,000 entries were submitted this year as part of the challenge. The top ten finalists’ videos, some humorous in tone with others more poignant in nature, address

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Toyota TeenDrive365 Video Challenge – Students Could Win $15,000

  Students who enter a  video that promotes safe driving in 90 seconds or less, could win $15,000 cash and the opportunity to work with a Discovery Film Crew to re-shoot their entry video into a TV-ready PSA. What do you have to do? Encourage 9-12 grade students to create a video that promotes safe driving in 90

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3M Young Scientist Challenge Webinars

  Want to make your Young Scientist Challenge entry video stand out? Get tips from the 2013 judges, finalists, and winner  Thinking about entering the 2014 Young Scientist Challenge? Join us for a free webinar where we’ll share resources and tips for making your Young Scientist Challenge entry shine.  2013 winner Peyton Robertson, finalists Srijay, Aishani, and Anish,

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DEN STAR Ben Rimes & K12 Online Conference

Ben Rimes was another DEN STAR sharing his knowledge with others during the K12 Online Conference. Here’s the presentation description from the conference website: Presentation Description: Traditional story problems are dull. They’re usually disconnected from real world scenarios and learner’s experiences, and are presented in an artificial manner. Through the use of video, students and

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