Don’t miss an opportunity to transport your students into exciting places featuring fascinating people and careers. Take a look below for some of our upcoming events, or browse our archived events by following the directions below. Dates: 9-17-15 Times: 12 PM Eastern – Student Town Hall with Justice Breyer 1:30 – 2:00 PM Eastern – A Tour
Students Will Learn How Nutrients and Modern Technology Impact the Planting and Harvesting Seasons on a Working Farm Did you know that the United Nations declared 2015 as the International Year of Soils? Join us LIVE from Bomke’s Farm in Springfield, IL as Discovery Education and the Nutrients for Life Foundation celebrate all things soil! From
Deepen Your Students’ Understanding of Lincoln’s Legacy and the Events Surrounding His Assassination Join Discovery Education and Ford’s Theatre on Thursday, March 26 at 1PM EST for a unique, virtual event offered as part of the commemorative programming planned for Ford’s 150: Remembering the Lincoln Assassination, a series of events marking 150 years since the
Don’t Miss Your Chance to Transport Your Students to a Working Egg Farm! Discovery Education and the American Egg Board have joined forces to give your K-5 students a behind-the-scenes look at Creighton Brothers Farms in Atwood, Indiana. Join us as we explore the ecosystem and food webs of an egg farm and discover how
The Dig into Mining program is excited to introduce a new learning simulation focused on the exploration phase of mining. Students will immerse themselves in various careers to determine the best location to find copper. Dig Into Mining is a three-year middle school program designed to spotlight metals (such as copper), and their social, environmental and economic
Discovery is going to be streaming as much of the DEN Summer Institute as we can this month. (July 21-26) So if you would like to join in, you can got to http://denblogs.com/live Here are the sessions that will be streamed: http://densi2012.sched.org/DENSI_live (Times reflect MT) Meet us (virtually) in Montana!