Fresh from our San Francisco Powerful Practices event, the Discovery Education team visited Seattle-area educators on March 10 for a jam-packed day of instructional leadership, led by keynoter George Couros. Couros, a thought-provoking educator in the area of innovative leadership, teaching, and learning, shared a message on how innovation and technology can empower students. “Technology
On March 10, Discovery Education will bring its free Powerful Practices instructional leadership event to educators in Seattle, WA, and here are just a few reasons you might want to consider attending. Keynote speaker George Couros was a huge hit for the crowd gathered at the Feb. 24 San Francisco Powerful Practices event. Couros shared an
Education leaders hailing from across the West Coast and beyond gathered in San Francisco, CA on Friday for a whirlwind meeting of the minds. Discovery Education’s fifth Powerful Practices event provided local educators with a fertile soil for generating new instructional leadership ideas. They shared their own experiences, and heard fresh stories and strategies from
Explore new additions to the Discovery Education content library for the month of February. Preview featured titles in DE Streaming and Techbook in the United States and Canada. Links to each program mentioned in the video are located below. Grow a Planet: The Power of Flowers by BBC Active (49:43) Grades: 6-8, 9-12 Services: Streaming
Students, teachers, parents, and community members came out for Garland ISD’s TechFest on Thursday, January 26th. For two hours, they all had the chance to explore the technology available for students across the district. Discovery Education was on site with virtual reality (VR) goggles, TechBook stations and SOS integration for teachers. The VR goggles were
Discovery Education and the George Bush Presidential Library and Museum are partnering for a unique, no-cost, distance learning opportunity for students across the globe honoring First Lady Barbara Bush. The 10th Annual Reading Discovery Program, to be hosted Jan. 26, at the Annenberg Presidential Conference Center on the campus of Texas A&M University, will honor
Meet Joan and James. They’re both teachers who love their jobs and work hard. Only, Joan’s students seem to get more out of their class time. What’s different between how these two teachers spend their time? This new video from Discovery Education introduces viewers to two teacher personalities — one experienced with Techbook, and one
Discovery Education’s February Newsletter features instructional ideas and resources to bring Black History Month’s celebration of culture and community to your classroom.
Join Discovery Education for a Virtual Viewing Party on Tuesday, February 23, at 1 PM ET, as students across the country simultaneously share in the story of Ruby Bridges, the first black student to attend an all-white elementary school in Louisiana. Afterward, take part in a virtual discussion and share reflections, comments, and questions and
Discovery Education’s January Newsletter features more on notable anniversaries, commemorations, and observations of the lives and work of people who have made a difference in the world, as well as new opportunities for students to engage and be part of big ideas and progress, including cancer and genetics research with Decoding Cancer, and programs to help bring their ideas to life with 3M Young Scientist Challenge.