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Learn about the Hour of Code, a one-hour introduction to computer science designed to demystify "code" and show that anyone can learn the basics to be a maker, a creator, and innovator.
Help students craft digital writing in effective ways, utilizing the information that they have found to develop multimedia texts.
Unwrap the Common Core Standards and teach for DEPTH in your classroom using digital content and media.
Find a creative way to engage your colleagues in professional development opportunities as teachers become students and students become the teachers.
Discover a ton of tips, tricks, and strategies for using Discovery Education resources in your classroom this year!
Explore the ways Discovery Education media can be integrated with free, online resources to engage learners in face-to-face or online classroom discussions.
Meet the needs of your future scientists using great digital content in an inquiry-based classroom.
Explore a variety of ‘tricks and treats’ for using cell phones with free applications to enrich learning.
Wow your students and their parents with easy and effective ways to use technology for instruction.
Explore some of the amazing features and strategies from the Discovery Education Techbook that will leave your classes begging for more!
Find explanations, in plain English, for some of the common science questions elementary teachers are asked.
Find out how Baltimore County Public Schools is moving toward an instructional digital conversion or a 1:1 platform – meaning that each BCPS student will have a digital learning device in his or her hands, and standards will ensure that each classroom has a 21st century technology environment.
COMMON Practices that Get to the CORE of Great Instruction using Discovery Education Science TechbookBrad Fountain
Explore concrete literacy examples that can be used in every science classroom.
Learn how to create presentations using the Haiku Deck app
Understand how to use the built-in accessibility features on the iPad and discover apps for skill areas such as receptive language, expressive language, visual performance, fine motor skills, and more.
Learn how your personal technology canpositively impact your classroom while adhering to Common Core State Standards.
Find out how to use great resources like Twitter, Google Hangouts, and Pinterest in the classroom.
Discover how to create a board and explore creative samples of board assignments.
Find out how to use Discovery Education Streaming Plus to address the Common Core State Standards in English language arts and mathematics.
Integrate visual media into classroom projects that will engage your learners.
Experience the first fully digital Social Studies Techbook with all new material for modern history.
Explore various websites that will allow you to customize how you provide resources for research.
Encourage your students to own their learning by making them makers.
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- Mar 12 Leadership@Now: Preparing Your Staff and Students for the Common Core
- Mar 13 Making Stuff with Discovery Education: iPiccy
- Mar 19 3M Young Scientist Challenge: Student Webinar & Video Tips
- Mar 20 Administrator Tips and Tricks
- Mar 20 Social Studies Techbook: US History Civil War to Present, Beta Program Review
- Mar 26 Winnipeg Jets True North Hockey Academy Livestream
- Mar 29 DENapalooza - Washington, DC
- Apr 01 3M Young Scientist Challenge: Student Webinar & Video Tips
- Apr 02 What's the 4-1-1: Spring Back to Basics: Cool (and quick) ways to integrate technology with DE
- Apr 05 DENapalooza - Milwaukee, WI
- Apr 09 Leadership@Now: Telling Your District Story
- Apr 10 Making Stuff with Discovery Education: Blabberize
- Apr 12 DENapalooza - Ottawa, ON
- Apr 15 Administrator Tips and Tricks
- Apr 26 Spring VirtCon
- May 03 DENapalooza - Edmonton, AB
- May 07 What's the 4-1-1: DEN's Got Talent
- May 08 Making Stuff with Discovery Education: Quicktime
- May 14 Administrator Tips and Tricks
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