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Community Update February 17, 2017

Links from this Community Update Spotlight Resource Discovery Education Monthly STEM Content Highlights – February 2017 Events Presidents’ Day Virtual Viewing Party #DESTEMChat – Inspiring Innovation for the Future – February 22, 2017 @ 8:00PM EST 3M Young Scientist Challenge Virtual Field Trip – February 23, 2017 @ 1:00PM EST Community Resource Spotlight #CelebrateWithDE –

STEM Career Challenges

Discovery Education STEM Career Challenges engage students in scenario-based learning about STEM career pathways that students might not otherwise have considered. Connecting student passions to their individual futures helps capture student interest in learning.

Q&A: Framingham Schools’ Peter Färdig Speaks out on Vital Role of STEM

Meet Peter Färdig — a K–8 STEM coordinator in the Framingham Public School System, one of the largest districts in Massachusetts. All across Framingham’s schools, students are expanding their horizons with Discovery Education Streaming and Discovery Education Science Techbook, which are helping drive the district’s STEM program. Recently, Färdig was invited to participate in Discovery

#DENchat Live

At Discovery Education, we like trying new things. In Surrey School District, they like trying new things. With that, we had a live streamed #DENchat. If you’re not familiar with #DENchat, it’s a weekly twitter chat that takes place on Thursdays. With the help of Lindsay Foster and Hugh McDonald, they moderated the chat, while

Science Techbook a ‘Game Changer’ for 5th Graders at Asheboro Schools

We love hearing about student success in districts using Discovery Education Techbook. Over the years, we’ve gathered many such success stories, and it’s time to add Asheboro City Schools in North Carolina to that list. Asheboro’s newspaper, The Courier-Tribune, recently reported on local student achievement through their usage of Science Techbook, writing that the digital

DEN Trend Report: 2/15/17

In This DEN Trend Report:
>4 keys for a digital implementation
>Beyond the Hype: 5 Ways to Think About Virtual and Augmented Reality in Schools
>7 Ways Schools Will Change by 2020
>Technology in Education: How Chromebooks and Google Classroom Change the Learning Process
>Schools have literacy resources for parents who want to help children
>10 high-need education policy areas for 2017
>Student-centered learning drives improvement
>4 critical personalized learning questions, answered

Powerful Practices: Q&A with Fallbrook Union’s Dr. Candace Singh and Eric Forseth

Every student is entitled to a high-quality, engaging STEM education. But it won’t happen without careful planning. It is the role of educators to help create inspiring and student-centered learning opportunities that give students a firm pathway to success. At Fallbrook Union Elementary School District, students are thriving in STEM-powered classrooms where 1:1 mobile learning

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