Learn some great ideas for using Spotlight on Strategies to get help students gain perspective and understand point of view, both of which help them connect with WHY they are learning something.
Though SOS Strategies are flexible enough to be used in any classroom, regardless or experience or access to technology, some strategies are a natural fit for incorporating the use of technology. Educators share how SOS and technology—in the form of tablet and Chrome-based apps, websites, and Google Classroom templates—are the perfect match.
Tune in Today to Watch A Numbers Game Virtual Field Trip Join Wide Receiver Antonio Brown, as he takes us behind-the-scenes of EA SPORTS and the NFL Combine to explore the data behind video game development! In this numbers-driven virtual field trip your class can play along as we demystify how data can be used and spark
Guest blog by Jamie Jenkins, Manager of Instructional Design for Discovery Education Navy STEM for the Classroom, created in partnership with America’s Navy, is a series of interactive classroom resources designed for 9-12 graders to explore the world of STEM through real Navy careers. If your students are curious about applying their learning to
Learn some great ideas for using Spotlight on Strategies to get students up and moving.
One Week Left to Register: A Numbers Game: Data-Driven Decision-Making and Video Game Development! RUN the numbers, PASS the insights, and SCORE the skills needed to create the magic of Madden with the NEW Virtual Field Trip. We are taking students behind-the-scenes of EA SPORTS to learn how DATA dominates video game development with special guest Antonio
It’s time to celebrate the strength of the Mexican people by commemorating their victory over the French in the Battle of Puebla. It’s Cinco de Mayo! Traditionally celebrated with Mexican food, dancing, games, and stories, this holiday is a reminder of the rich heritage of Mexico and the long history of the fight for independence
On the first Friday in May, we celebrate National Space Day, a holiday established to celebrate achievements in space exploration and encourage students to pursue careers in space-related STEM careers. There are plenty of resources about the space sciences waiting to be discovered in your Discovery Education account. May the 4th Be with You! Since
In our previous post, we looked at resources to help students develop their academic resume and personal statement. This week, let’s focus in on assisting students to find what they’re passionate about and translating that into career path goals. Identifying these goals before defining a path for after high school can help students find a
Econ Essentials Several years ago, I began incorporating more economic concepts into the Entrepreneurship course I teach at Mansfield High School. I wanted my students to truly understand how the outside world would affect their small businesses. They needed to know the basic economic concepts of supply and demand, how production costs are calculated, and