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Community Update: April 3, 2018

Community Update: April 3, 2018

  View the video to see what’s happening across the Discovery Education Community. Here are links to the content shared: Summer Institutes DEN STAR Educator program Discovery Education Virtual Reality DEN Online Community / Your iDENtity Day of Discovery Tour Discovery Education Events #DENChat I Witness Video Challenge from Shoah Foundation #DENspiration

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Empower Students to Make Positive Change In Their World and Be Eligible for $10,000 in Prizing Across the country, students are standing up for what they believe in and making powerful changes in their communities. You have the opportunity to support this next generation of activists and allies to counter hate, inspire respect, and make

Three Tips to Get Started with the IWitness Video Challenge

Contributor: Deanna Hendrick Help your students find their voice as they explore testimony in IWitness and find inspiration to create positive change in their own community. The IWitness Video Challenge, which will award $10,000 in prizes overall, invites students to positively contribute to their communities, and complete an IWitness activity that involves submitting a short

IWitness Video Challenge: Your #TBT Activity

Happy #TBT Last week we kicked off our #TBT Activities by introducing you to the IWitness Video Challenge. This week’s activity involves diving into the 4 C’s: Consider, Collect, Construct and Communicate. Over the next several Thursdays, we’ll highlight a #TBT Activity for your class and showcase previous winners.  Think of it as a jump start for

Inspire a Better Future: Beginning of a Movement

 Inspire a Better Future Recently the USC Shoah Foundation announced its 2016 IWitness Video Challenge open to secondary school students in the United States and Canada who attend public, private or home schools.  This year, partnerships with Ford Motor Company, which will provide more than $10,000 in prizing to be awarded to teachers and schools

Inspire a Better Future

  Inspire a Better Future Recently the USC Shoah Foundation announced its 2016 IWitness Video Challenge open to secondary school students in the United States and Canada who attend public, private or home schools.  This year, partnerships with Ford Motor Company, which will provide more than $10,000 in prizing to be awarded to teachers and

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