Tag Archives: Students

Learning Through The Eyes of a Third Grader

Learning Through The Eyes of a Third Grader

This week a few of my colleagues and I had the privilege of working with an amazing team from Wake County Public Schools in Raleigh, North Carolina. Over the course of two days we met with over 200 principals and central office administrators to kick-off an exciting partnership with Wake County. We designed the day to immerse

Engaging Students with Discovery Education!

As our resident talking canine mentioned yesterday, this week’s webinar focuses on how to actively engage students using our Discovery Education services. A continuation of our Back To School Webinar Series, this webinar is great for teachers and administrators alike. Here is a brief synopsis of the event: Put the power of learning at your

A Tale of Two Schools

  The Washington Post recently ran a comprehensive article on two area schools with vastly different approaches to education. The Flint Hill school is a technology mecca, with students being immersed in tablet computers and ultrabooks. This is, of course, completely intentional since teachers view these types of technology as important to making lessons more interactive

Do you think, “The Classroom Is Obsolete: It’s Time for Something New”?

As I read the following article by Prakash Nair from Education Week, it began to make me wonder just where are we in education. Are we limiting our students’ growth and learning experience? Will technology change the obsolete classroom? Is there a need for those four walls? Can public education handle a transformation such as