Name: Lindsay Foster Role/School: Teacher / NA Howry Intermediate School Subjects/Grades Taught: ELAR / 6th Grade Background: This is my 17th year in education. This is my first year with Lake Worth ISD. I previously taught in Eagle Mountain-Saginaw ISD and Oklahoma City Public Schools. I relocated over ten years ago to the great state
Name: Becky Goldberg Role/School: 6th Grade Math Teacher at James Martin Middle School Subjects/Grades Taught: 6th grade math How did you find yourself in teaching? When I was a junior in college I studied abroad in a public health research program. I was able to meet and survey a wide range of Masaii women
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 2016, Discovery Education is highlighting the great things happening in schools everyday through our DE in Action series. In April, our topic was Stations Based Learning. Lance Rougeux, Vice President of Learning Communities and Innovation, and Kelly Hines, Senior Manager of Community Engagement, shared some insightful tips and tricks from your Discovery Education Community.
We know there’s cool stuff going on in the classrooms of Discovery Educators, so Kyle Schutt has set out to bust down those walls and take you inside for a glimpse of Discovery Education in action. Last week, Kyle took #DEinAction to North Carolina where he hung out in STAR Discovery Educator, Seth Gearren’s classroom.
Background: BS- Sociology Bowie State University; Graduate Certificate- Instructional Technology University of Maryland University College Name: Instructor Delonta Antonio Davis Role/School: 5th Grade math, science, STEM teacher; Technology Coordinator; Grade 5 Chair Subjects/Grades Taught: Math/Science/Health/ Computer Technology How did you find yourself in teaching? I knew from a very early age that I wanted to
Welcome to our Discovery Education in Action series of webinars, blog posts, and livestreams as we drop-in on Discovery Education classrooms to what they look and sound like. Last month we had the opportunity to visit Danielle Williams’s class in Wilmington, NC. Here’s the third and final posts sharing her expertise. Go here for the other posts in the series.
Welcome to our Discovery Education in Action series of webinars, blog posts, and livestreams as we drop-in on Discovery Education classrooms to what they look and sound like. Last month we had the opportunity to visit Danielle Williams’s class in Wilmington, NC. Here’s the second of three posts sharing her expertise. Go here for the first post. Background:
Welcome to the first in a series of upcoming webinars, blog posts, and livestreams as we drop-in on Discovery Education classrooms to see Discovery Education in Action. Last month we had the opportunity to visit Danielle Williams’s class in Willmington, NC. Here’s what she had to say. Background: B.S. Geology- Radford University, M.A. Teaching Secondary
We are looking for community members (i.e., YOU!) who are willing to open the doors to their classrooms (literally) to show what Discovery Education looks like in action in a classroom! If you are interested in showcasing the great work you are doing with your students, please express interest by completing our form. Fill