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This Week at DE: Week of March 14

This Week at DE: Week of March 14

Register for Events This Week at DE: Equity Talks, Thursday March 18 Good evening! My name is Angel Gooch and I’m a Global Marketing Specialist at Discovery Education.   I’m beyond thrilled to share some new resources in Discovery Education to celebrate Women’s History Month. The collection showcases stories of pioneering women throughout history who fought for equality regardless of gender. One

Discover Your Happy Everyday in Celebration of the International Day of Happiness 

Lean into International Day of Happiness ALL WEEK with LG & Discovery Education  Create your own mini wellbeing workshops in class every day in the week leading up to International Day of Happiness with specially curated Discover Your Happy videos and activities! Facilitate discussions around emotional wellness for today’s teens with dynamic resource combos that are each dedicated to one of the Six Sustainable Happiness Skills.  Explore

Count on Ready-to-Use Lesson Starters to Recognize Pi Day

The mystery and magic of Pi is the perfect jumping off point for a learning adventure into the unknown! Explore new frontiers with your students using resources that make thinking outside-the-box easy as Pi. Discover Data The possibilities of using data in class are as endless as Pi’s infinite string of decimals! Dive into the

The Power of Peer Learning to Combat E-Cigarette Use

From social media to (virtual) sports fields and remote classrooms, kids always find a way to be with their peers. Peers have an impact in every area of life, which can be a good tool for education. Research shows that peer-assisted programs, particularly on sensitive topics like drugs and alcohol, are more effective than teacher-facilitated

This Week at DE: Week of March 7

Register for Upcoming Events: Spring VirtCon, March 23-24 Hi everyone! My name is Emily Wirth and I’m the Senior Manager of Community at Discovery Education. I have worked closely with our amazing network of educators over the years to support them in using Discovery Education and celebrate the amazing ways they are supporting students and their fellow educators.  Can you believe it’s already March?

Prioritize Student Self-Care on World Teen Mental Wellness Day

Coping with stress doesn’t always fit the average teenager’s definition of cool. Use these Discovery Education resources to create a safe space where students can open up and let others in for World Teen Mental Wellness Day. Dose of Knowledge  Explore the effects that stress, anxiety, and depression can have on the teen brain and body using

This Week at DE: Week of February 28

Register Now for special events This Week at DE! Undeniably Dairy Virtual Field Trip Hi everyone! My name is Brad Fountain and here’s what’s going on this week at Discovery Education!  You may have seen the announcement, but in case you missed it, we’re pumped to share the new SEL Center available for Discovery Education Experience partners! Social-emotional learning is so important

Three Resources to Teach Students the Importance of Water Conservation from Conversation Station 

How do we help students understand the ways they can be more thoughtful when they turn on the tap? Through resources that highlight the many ways that water conservation today can support a brighter future!  Conservation Station: Creating a More Resourceful World is a standards-aligned educational program that promotes energy-water literacy and conservation efforts through technology. Developed in

Elementary Resources to Kickstart SEL Month 

Get the ball rolling for SEL Month this March with uplifting, on-the-go resources from LaGolda, the pro-social animated series and online educational program available on Discovery Education Experience. Through the world-travelling adventures of the eponymous 8-year-old girl and the awesome friendships she develops along the way, LaGolda breathes life into essential SEL skills that elementary students can relate to and explore in their own lives.  Using the animated series

What Do Educators Need Now? Computational Thinking

Explore more from our featured blogger and other educators taking computational thinking to the next level in the new Ignite My Future in School Master Class! By Shakirah Thomas, Special Education Case Manager and 8th Grade U.S. History & ELAR at Jackson Intermediate from the Pasadena Independent School District The way we approach problems in

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