Welcome to the SOS Top Ten series. In this edition, we highlight some of the most popular ways to use Spotlight on Strategies (CDN Version) to encourage and develop STEM thinking in your classroom. Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics, or STEM, is the Discovery Education instructional focus for the month of March. The STEM movement has grown from
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!
Ideas for adapting SOS: Scrambled Please across grades and subject areas.
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
Rediscover SOS The Number Is and how it helps see and analyze mathematics embedded throughout their daily lives.
Learn ten powerful strategies to teach and reinforce digital citizenship behaviors in your students.
Want to learn a creative way to share the Spotlight On Strategies? Learn how Jackie Druck, Megan Smith, Brandi Swavely, and Melissa Hamby encouraged teachers in their schools to take a bite out of these great instructional strategies!
Learn some great ideas for adapting SOS Table Top Texting across grades and subject areas.
Rediscover SOS Myth Bustin’ and how it helps students develop critical thinking skills as they examine and use evidence to support their claims.
Learn ten strategies to promote higher-order thinking skills in your classroom.