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Tundra Connections: Back To Polar Bear Basics – Middle/High School

Tundra Connections: Back To Polar Bear Basics – Middle/High School

Polar bears are mighty animals but they need each other and a healthy environment to survive. Their fur, teeth, claws, and fat are all integral to their survival, but so are their mothers and their learned skills in swimming and hunting. Interested in Tundra Connections for Elementary? Click here! Featured Virtual Field Trip Tundra Connections

Tundra Connections: Back To Polar Bear Basics – Elementary

Polar bears are an awesome sum of their parts: fur, teeth, claws, and fat. It may seem basic but the details are fascinating. Help your students understand this incredible bear and its habits using the virtual field trip and supporting resources in Discovery Education. Interested in Tundra Connections for Middle/High School? Click here! Featured Virtual

#CelebrateWithDE – Halloween

Halloween can take over like a crowd of zombies. This year, go with the flow with resources to slake students’ thirst for all things Halloween in every core subject area. Work with the resources we’ve collected below and then dare your students to create their own versions of Halloween challenges. Finally, send your students on

Do Your Students Struggle with Stress?

Help Your Students Experience Happiness with the Six Sustainable Happiness Skills Studies show that more than half of students are stressed, and many don’t know how to handle it. LG and Discovery Education have created a no-cost, standards-aligned curriculum to help them bounce back from the hard times and discover their happy through regular practice of

Red Ribbon Week: The Opioid Crisis

Red Ribbon Week is October 23 – 31, 2018. Join the commitment to raise awareness of the effects of drug use and help your students become educated about the risks. Discovery Education has partnered with Operation Prevention to provide resources for educators as they work with students around this sensitive but critically important topic. We

Day of Discovery: Central Massachusetts

  On Saturday, October 13, over 50 educators from across Central Massachusetts participated at a Day of Discovery co-hosted with Worcester Public Schools. A variety of sessions were presented by area educators and members of the Discovery Education Team. Sessions included: Getting Started with Discovery Education, Emily Wirth, Discovery Education Spotlight on Strategies, Mary Anne

Day of Discovery: Michigan

  On Saturday, October 6 educators from Dearborn and beyond participated at a Day of Discovery co-hosted with Dearborn Schools. A variety of sessions were presented by area educators and members of the Discovery Education Team. Sessions included: Spotlight on Strategies Nick Dawson, Discovery Education Top 5 Things to Know about Discovery Education Streaming Dave Tchozewski, Discovery

Pumpkin Spice and Everything Nice: Check Out These Autumnal Resources

Pumpkin spice and everything nice… challenge students to welcome fall using all their senses and encourage them to celebrate the signs of autumn such as crunching leaves, sweet apples, and crisp air. Check out the beauty of autumn using high quality images you can find in Discovery Education paired with instructional strategies designed to inspire

NEW Middle School Nuclear Science Program

By Jessica Donaldson, Technology Teacher, Cane Bay Middle School, Berkeley County School District, SC __________________________________________ Did you know that South Carolina has four nuclear power plants that supplied roughly 58% of the state’s electricity in 2017? I live and teach in South Carolina, and while I knew we had several nuclear power plants, I did not

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