Chances are you and your students have learned more about hurricanes in the last couple of weeks than anyone planned. It’s hard to miss the information that comes to us through the media and our daily interactions within the community. Thankfully, extreme weather events often bring out the best in people. “Look for the helpers,”
When students have adequate think time, the quality of their responses improves. The Placemat strategy is designed to allow each student time to think. It also provides a venue for them to share their perspectives while encouraging them to listen to and appreciate the thoughts and ideas of other team members. The outcome of student participation in this strategy is a summary response that is better than what an individual student could produce alone.
Looking for real-world examples of how scientists are working address the challenge of feeding the world’s growing population? Or how students’ personal talents and interests can be matched to exciting career pathways in food science and technology? Together, Discovery Education, Future Farmers of America and Syngenta will take students on a virtual field trip to explore the different techniques and technologies being
Due to recent extreme weather conditions, the deadline for the 2017 Siemens Competition has been extended to Monday, September 25, 2017, at 11:59 PM ET. There’s still time to enter the 2017 Siemens Competition. High school students in the 9th – 12th grade may submit a team project. Also, students in their last year of
Discovery Education Community Team member Jannita Demian was this week’s DEN Connect live stream, sharing Back-to-School updates, strategies and resources from Discovery Education. To continue the conversation, here are a couple of recommendations. Watch the on demand archive below. Log into the DEN Online Community and view the comments in the chat room on DEN Connect Ask questions
Guest Post by Kate Watts from Tennessee College Access & Success Network. Built in partnership by UBS, the Tennessee College Access and Success Network and Discovery Education, The TalentED Project establishes an online community of college access and admissions professionals that introduces students to schools that increase their likelihood of graduation and future success.
Join 100 Discovery Educators as they go beyond the stream to expand the use of digital media in our series 100 Ways in 100 Days, designed to help you maximize your use of Discovery Education resources.
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