On Friday, October 20, over 225 educators from British Columbia and beyond participated in the first Canadian stop on the 2017 Day of Discovery tour. The day was filled with learning, sharing and connecting among educators at the Resource and Education Centre. We want to extend a special thank you to our exceptional hosts, Surrey Schools.
Nicole is a Curriculum Educational Technology Facilitator in Alberta, Canada. She has been using Discovery Education for many years. She shared “I have used Discovery Education since it was called United Streaming (yes, that’s a long time!). I continue to see the value and impact of the variety of resources found in Discovery Education. In
Discovery Education’s Content Team is proud to bring to you the second installment of a new video blog series, Content Showcase! Each month we will highlight recently added video related to a timely theme. With spring in full swing and summer just on the horizon, May’s Content Showcase connects new programs from the Genuine Picture, Inc.,
At the recent Halifax, Nova Scotia 21st Century Learners conference, a number of iPad apps were presented. The genre of these apps ranged from photos, creativity, organizational and learning. All the apps mentioned were free. Some do have an upgrade if you choose to buy it. The photo and movie apps include: iMotion, Haiku Deck,
I recently presented at a conference in Halifax, Nova Scotia where two 6th grade students were attending as IT helpers. It soon was apparent that they were much more than that. These students loaded the iPads with apps that were needed for the presentations. They also were trouble shooters. When a teacher could not get
Submitted by Rita Mortenson Every teacher knows that the support of the administration (in terms of time, money, attention and recognition) can make or break any innovative idea or initiative that anyone tries to initiate in a school setting. Today, I was fortunate to witness two amazing administrators at Bedford South School, part of the Halifax
Presenting from Fredriction, New Brunswick, Canada, Dean Shareski, featured presenter and Discovery Educator Network Community Manager explores the importance and necessity of being social and the increasing blurring of professional and personal. An important question with a divided answer, Dean asks how the use of Twitter, Facebook, and blogs impact professional learning in a social
On Nov 22, nineteen educators from the school districts around Medicine Hat gathered at the main offices for MHSD#76 for the Fall Virtual Conference. What a great day we had! Tim Johnson from MHSD#76 generously offered the boardroom, brought coffee and snacks for everyone. Matt Monjan led the group through a terrific session on web