Tag Archives: Techbook

Change!

My school is adopting the Discovery Techbook this year. I am responsible for the implementation of the Science and Social Studies components. As all of you know, this is a significant change in the way content is delivered to students. Along with change comes anxiety, especially with long-time teachers who might not be comfortable with

Watch the May Science Live Stream

We made a joyful noise last Wednesday with the May Science Live Stream: The Sound of Science.  Broadcast LIVE from the Community School of Naples 4th grade class, Instructional Implementation Specialist Patti Duncan presented over 25 hands-on and digital ways to teach the concept of sound.  You can view the archive of the Science Live

Great things happening in Ontario

I spent the last few days in the province of Ontario with some fantastic educators, parents and students. Monday and Tuesday I was with the Learning Connections team in Ottawa from the Ottawa Catholic School Board. Karen McEvoy facilitated the work of nearly 60 teachers from grades k-6 who were exploring a variety of technologies

Discovery Education Techbook Brings Learning Alive

Now until the end of June, educators in North America can experience what Techbook can do for their classrooms. Get exclusive access to a comprehensive digital solution that replaces traditional textbooks, engages students, and enhances teaching and learning. Whether your district has one computer per student or one computer per classroom, the Techbook has options

April Science Live Stream

Join the Discovery Education Science Techbook team for a live broadcast series called  Science Live Streams. During the Science Live Streams we will help you and your students make a direct connection between hands-on activities and digital resources. This month’s topic is “Science ROCKS”, a Lesson on rocks, minerals and the processes that create them.

February Live Stream – Getting to the Root of the Issue

Join the Discovery Education Science Techbook team for a live broadcast series called  Science Live Streams.  This month, we’ll be coming live from Bay Lane Middle School in Muskego, Wisconsin.   During the Science Live Streams we will help you and your students make a direct connection between hands-on activities and digital resources. This month’s

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