For Women’s History Month, we’re celebrating women who have changed the course of history. Often, women affect history just by being the first to break a glass ceiling or reach a particular goal. And, many of these women continue to make history by what they achieve in their trailblazing roles. Although there are women in
Jennifer Eller Tatum and Emily Fagan have found a great way to share their enthusiasm and joy for using Spotlight On Strategies in their classrooms. Find our more and learn how to connect with them!
Explore these brand new programs now available on Discovery Education. Find the full list of newly added resources on the New This Month Content Collection. CheddarK-12 Tech and Business News by CheddarGrades: K-2, 3-5, 6-8, 9-12Services: Streaming and Techbook U.S.; Streaming and Techbook Canada For the Present and the Future: A Conversation on Human Rights Virtual Field
On the third Monday in February, we honor all U.S. presidents on Presidents’ Day. The day was introduced to honor George Washington and grew to honor all presidents and earn that apostrophe after the s. This year, we invite you to celebrate by going all the way back to the day’s beginnings to study Washington
By Declan Boran-Ragotzy Do you have a future engineer in your classroom? Find out during Engineers Weekwith Generation Beyond! Lockheed Martin and Discovery Education have partnered on an exciting initiative to inspire the next generation of innovators, and with all new aviation themed resources, you can challenge your students to use critical thinking to solve real-world
Does science make your heart beat faster? Celebrate a heart-themed Valentine’s Day in a fresh, academic way. We’ve selected resources about heart anatomy, function, and health. Have your students study the resources and see if they can put it all together into a heart-healthy, sweet Valentine for the people in their lives. Happy Valentine’s Day
The United Nations General Assembly has passed a resolution to declare February 11 as the International Day of Women and Girls in Science, “in order to achieve full and equal access to and participation in science for women and girls, and further achieve gender equality and the empowerment of women and girls.” Celebrate this important
Can we use our students’ favorite films to teach science, math, literacy, social studies, and even provide important life lessons along the way? YES! Step in and Discover the Spider-Verse. In fact, it’s a web in which, you and your students will want to become trapped. Discover the Spider-Verse Virtual Field Trip (VFT) takes students behind the
Learn ten powerful strategies to teach and reinforce digital citizenship behaviors in your students.
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