The social and emotional wellbeing of students continues to be a top priority in schools, districts and communities around the country. As families face ongoing challenges and the uncertainties of the future impacts our daily lives, supporting students in their ability to manage their emotions will require access to flexible, digital resources that can reach
This week’s blog is written from the perspective of USC Shoah Foundation junior interns, who are part of USC Shoah Foundation’s William P Lauder Junior Intern program. Please read below for their views on how participation in the Stronger Than Hate Challenge impacts student learning. By Alejandra Casillas, Grace Sandman, Hannah Levy, John Levy and
By Rita Mortensen, Educational Technology Coach, Verona Area School District Discovery Education and Robert F. Kennedy Human Rights are providing the opportunity for teachers to access free professional development resources dedicated to empowering our students to find their voice. This curriculum is coming at a time when we see more and more youth getting involved with causes they are passionate
Meet the characters who will be featured in our new Virtual Field Trip, Discover the Spider-Verse How many Spider-People are there? Who is Miles Morales? What does it take to be a 21st Century hero? Let’s find out! Meet Miles Morales, he is a new kind of hero. Miles is 13-year-old from Brooklyn who has
With March being National Reading Month, I thought it would be the perfect time to immerse ourselves in STEM-infused literature! Books are so important to growing a STEM mindset, especially with the earliest of learners. Books open doors and windows to worlds and experiences which many students may never have the opportunity to enjoy in
Did you know that Ben Franklin’s currency printing firm thwarted counterfeiters by spelling “Pennsylvania” incorrectly and on purpose? How about that the famous signatures at the bottom of the Declaration of Independence were actually kept secret for many months after the public reveal for fear of the signers’ safety? Or that many of the Founders
Introducing the Red Nose Day: 60 Minute SOS Video Challenge. Four easy steps to incorporate into your day that builds awareness around poverty and provide an opportunity for your students to act.
We hope that many of you will be joining us for our celebration of Shakespeare this Friday (22nd April) at 2:30pm BST. You can watch live or register for the on-demand version. We know that teaching Shakespeare is more than a one-day event though — you and your students learn about Shakespeare’s works at various
Discovery Education celebrates the life and legacy of the greatest writer of English language and literature. April 23, 2016, marks 400 years since Shakespeare’s death, yet his works and the author himself remain as relevant and closely studied as ever.
#CelebrateWithDE and join FableVision and Discovery Education for a live read aloud from award-winning authors and illustrators Peter H. and Paul A. Reynolds. Use these activities with classes before, during, and after the live event to enrich and extend the learning experience.