We believe that engaging with the Discovery Education Community is a natural support for building your local communities of practice. Involvement in a community of practice is an important aspect of teaching as outlined in components 4d (Participating in the Professional Community) and 4e (Growing and Developing Professionally) from the Danielson Framework for Teaching. Find out more about programs specifically for you on this page and then encourage your teachers to become active in the Discovery Education Community too.
Discovery Education Senior Vice President Scott Kinney interviews industry leaders about one idea they are employing to significantly impact their work in education. Topics range from teacher preparedness and digital citizenship to early learning, inclusion and so much more. | Learn More
These five-minute professional learning videos are designed to provide education leaders with quick, but powerful leadership strategies around storytelling, social media, brand development and more. We will be launching a new webpage for this series soon.
Packed with timely information about upcoming events, new content, best practices from other administrators, instructional ideas to share with your staff, and inspiration for staff development, the Principal Update is your window into all the great opportunities for educators, teachers and students from Discovery Education. | Learn more.
Virtual and in-person events allow educators to connect and collaborate with one another. Discovery Education offers many events that are useful for educators from a variety of backgrounds and specialties. We do offer events designed specifically for school and district administrators.
When a principal goes looking for help and support, where does she find it? Find out how this Alabama educator makes it happen. Meet Delsia Malone.
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