Author Archives: Dean Shareski

5 Ways to Use Discovery Education – March Edition

5 Ways to Use Discovery Education – March Edition

Follow the bouncing ball. We hosted our second 5 Ways to use Discovery Education on Monday. This month we had a bit of a March Madness theme. In case you missed February’s edition, the blog post gives you the highlights. These monthly webinars showcase the community and many resources available to you within Discovery Education. I

Beyond Hello: Ignite Your Passion for Discovery

Cross posted on Ideas and Thoughts It’s been a great privilege of mine to organize and host several evenings across Canada called “Ignite Your Passion for Discovery”. These evenings are held in a local watering hole and feature passionate educators from the Discovery Educator Network and beyond sharing a story of passion be it in

Ignite Your Passion for Discovery: The Vancouver Edition

85 educators walk into a bar… That’s what happened last night in Vancouver. A gathering of teachers from various districts crammed into a small space to share passions and connect with folks who are passionate about children and learning. This rendition, like the previous events in Winnipeg and Edmonton featured great presenters and enthusiastic participants who

West Palm Beach DENapalooza

Teachers on a Saturday. By choice. Exploring and sharing. Keeping it simple. #DENapalooza A photo posted by Discovery Education (@discoveryed) on Nov 11, 2014 at 6:10am PST This “formula” makes DENapaloozas fantastic events. No question this was the experience of the 75+teachers who spent the day together in West Palm Beach, Florida. Steve Dembo and

Taking Flight: Connecting London and Hamilton

As we prepare for perhaps our largest ever virtual field trip next week, today students from Hamilton Wentworth District School Board engaged in a transatlantic conversation around the topic of Remembrance Day with students from Pakeman Primary School in Islington, UK. Both Canada and the United Kingdom celebrate Remembrance Day on November 11th.  Students from

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