If you’re in the United States, Memorial Day is just around the corner. For many, it’s a sign that school will soon be over. The students are getting anxious and the temperature in the classroom is rising, but that hasn’t stopped teachers from all over sharing images from their classrooms. Take a look below at some
Combine conceptual and procedural approaches to math, engaging students in challenges that will reinforce learning for the final exam and beyond
Amy is a Technology Integration Specialist in the Green Bay Area Public School District, Wisconsin. She has been using Discovery Education for over a year. She shared, “In my current position, I am responsible for assisting teachers with integrating technology into their curriculum. Discovery Education has made it so easy for educators to effectively integrate
Discovery Education would like to celebrate the students and teachers of Union Public Schools in Oklahoma. As we close out the school year Union teachers instructed their students to utilize Science Techbook and Board Builder to create a Board that demonstrated their learning during the last unit of the year. Discovery Education Board Builder is
This is the second part of our short series of posts on literacy fundamentals. Catch up on part 1 — speaking & listening. In this post I’ll share some ideas for encouraging your students of different abilities to read. One of the aspects of the newspapers module, which is new to Discovery Education Espresso, is the fact that the printable
In this DEN Trend Report:
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>Obama wants to hear what children have to say about science education
>What a Decade of Education Research Tells Us About Technology in the Hands of Underserved Students
Name: LaDonna Reynolds Role/School: 6th Grade Math Teacher/James Martin Middle School Subjects/Grades Taught: Math/6th Grade How did you find yourself in teaching? Throughout grade school, I was an excellent student. I graduated towards the top of my senior class and received many honors, including a full scholarship. I went to college and had
In this installment of One Idea With: Discovery Education Senior Vice President Scott Kinney interviews Dan Domenech, Executive Director of AASA, The School Superintendents Association. Dan’s One Idea focuses on how professional learning communities can support school superintendents as they make the digital transition. Watch the video below to learn more, then visit AASA’s website for additional
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