The 19th amendment, extending voting rights to women, was adopted 94 years ago today! This milestone of American progress is an opportunity to begin higher order skill development at the start of the year with your students. Now including U.S. History II, Discovery Education Social Studies Techbook includes images and lesson materials that will enable your students to do some detective work on the 19th amendment. These student-centered, inquiry-based tasks can help develop higher order thinking skills such as identifying and analyzing claim and evidence, corroborating multiple sources, and contextualizing sources in a time and place.Learn More
The Common Core Math Standards require students to demonstrate a blend of skills, conceptual understandings, and problem solving, and require teachers to integrate the Standards for Mathematical Practice into classroom instruction. Teaching and Assessing Common Core Math in a Digital World will help you make sense of the Standards for Mathematical Practice and their successful implementation in the K-12 math classroom. Strengthen your core with resources, tools, and assessments, leveraging digital media and technology, to help your students reach higher levels of math achievement.
“I go to a lot of professional development. The better I get, the better my students get. This definitely rates amongst my favorite professional development.” -- Carlos Rodriguez, 8th Grade Math Teacher, Bronx, NY
In a recent Tech & Learning article, Miami science teacher Jennifer Rioseco explains how she elevated her 6th- and 7th-grade students’ science fair projects to another level by using Discovery Education’s Board Builder, an exciting new tool which allows students to merge their own research, writing, and content creation with existing Discovery Education resources to create boards about unlimited topics. “They are so into the technology and they come up with the coolest ideas,” says Rioseco. Learn more about this tool by reading 50 Ways to Use Board Builder.