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Community Member of the Week: Stacey Buckalew

Stacey is a District Instructional Technology Coach at Marietta City Schools in Georgia. She has been using Discovery Education since the United Streaming Days. She shared “I began as a media specialist in my district and integrated videos into my curriculum. As I began my journey to become an Instructional Technology Coach I broaden my



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A New Perspective: Asking Questions Without an Answer

In my previous blog, Questions that Spark Student Curiosity, I discussed ways to ask questions that would engage students. France Snyder commented, “What is the best way to evaluate our students? What is the effect on our students’ engagement, retention, and transference of skills? What is overall best for our students?” Let’s begin by setting