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Breaking the Silence of Mental Illness

Lorraine Kaplan and Janet Susin are members of the National Alliance of Mental Illness (NAMI), who also happen to be educators, mothers, and parents of children who have suffered with mental illness.  Janet and Lorraine recently hosted a webinar representing theNAMI during which they provided a great wealth of insights into working with children suffering

Rock OUR World!

Rock OUR World! Carol Anne McGuire, STAR Discovery Educator, Anaheim, CA Is global collaboration an educational reality? Or just a buzzword? See how K-12 students have rocked their world by solving real problems while composing music, making movies and learning about each other in live video conferences. What a great time to be an educator!

Connecting Language Learners to the Curriculum through Digital Media

Connecting Language Learners to the Curriculum through Digital Media Lindsay Hopkins, Discovery Education, Los Angeles, CA With diverse classroom populations, your ability to differentiate feels more important than ever. In this session, explore Discovery Education through the lens of Language Learners and see how digital media and technology can engage and benefit students from all

Homework Gone Digital

Homework Gone Digital Matt Monjan, Discovery Education, Silver Spring, MD Learn how to differentiate your instruction and connect with your students using the Discovery Education Student Center. We’ll start by creating quizzes, assignments and writing prompts using the Builders in DE streaming. Then we’ll create a classroom and show you how to assign content to

Connections, Conversations, and Collaborations: Creating a Personal Learning Network That Works For You

Connections, Conversations, and Collaborations: Creating a Personal Learning Network That Works For You Lee Kolbert, DEN Guru, Palm Beach County, FL Thanks to the influx of social tools on the Internet, educators are becoming increasingly empowered to control their learning environment. We are no longer limited by the physical proximity of colleagues to discuss issues

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