Try these 10 strategies for using Discovery Education media to help students build vocabulary interactive ways.
By Kristen Davis, 1st Grade Educator from Jay Elementary School, Santa Rosa County, Florida School District Super Health, Super You Discovery Education Program Ambassador As teachers trying to change the landscape of education to match the progress of technology, we understand how important it is to make sure students are fluent in technology and
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The surprising way a Virtual Field Trip ignited my students LG and Discovery Education want to help you discover your happy. Through a series of guest blog posts, we’ll cover topics from the science behind happiness to how to make the most of the Discover Your Happy resources. This month, guest blogger Dacia Jones shares
Find strategies to help students learn to summarize what they’ve learned from digital media.
School is out and sunshine is in – which means that kids are itching for some fun summer activities! Parents take on a whole new job when summer comes around, and finding things to keep the kids busy can sometimes become, well… a bit of a challenge. Discovery Education and CME Group have partnered to
Find out what #SpotlightOnStrategies are best for teaching students to compare and contrast.
Take a look at any kindergarten or grade one classroom. There are areas for whole class assembly, quiet reading corners, tables for small groups of students to use for collaborative activities, and carrels for students who need a place to think, write, or record. I believe all classrooms should have these same components. Besides the
Discovery Education supports ISTE Standards for Students by providing a variety of tools, resources, and learning experiences that prepare digital age learners to become future-ready, lifelong learners.
The big idea behind the Spotlight On Strategies involves helping students make sense of what they see, hear, and read in digital media. Because of that, many of the SOS are a perfect match for teaching research skills.