You don’t get a second chance to make a first impression, especially online. That’s why we’re going to the experts – yes, that’s you! – to help guide us as we build new online safety tools for 6th-8th grade students across the nation. Share with us your best practices around digital safety education and let us
Monday evening was the first of our 5 Ways to Use Discovery Education webinar series. Each month, we’ll be highlighting DEN Community members as they share 5 unique strategies, tools, or resources for using Discovery Education in your classroom. In case you missed it, here are the educators that were spotlighted along with the resources
Discovery Education offers educators, students, and schools a variety of FREE programs that offer content, tools, and resources for you covering topics from online safety and STEM, to health and wellness, teen driving, and more. These programs also provide the chance to WIN free grants and equipment to further support your goals and initiatives. Check out the
Kyle Schutt wrote a post last month on ‘Are Your Students Safe Online?’ sharing about the new Intel © Security Digital Safety Program: Think Before You Link. Not to be biased (OK, well maybe just a little!), but any time Discovery Education partners with another organization I know I need to take a closer look.
Intel® Security and Discovery Education have teamed up to create the Intel® Security Digital Safety Program: Think Before You Link. This initiative is designed to empower the next generation of digital citizens with the tools they need to make smart, secure, and responsible decisions online. After reviewing the site (http://www.thinkbeforeyoulinkinschool.com), I’ve highlighted a few activities that