6 Summer Reading and Math Activities for Elementary Students
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by DE Staff
15h ago
Just because it’s summer doesn’t mean students have to stop learning. Everywhere you look there are opportunities for them to expand their math and reading skills. Discovery Education is here to help teachers support students’ learning this summer. Here are six fun math and reading activities that families can enjoy together while students improve their […] The post 6 Summer Reading and Math Activities for Elementary Students appeared first on Discovery Education Blog ..read more
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Celebrating Educator Excellence with our First-Ever Discovery Education Award Recipients
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by Rachel Anzalone
2w ago
Today, Discovery Education celebrates a remarkable cohort of districts, schools, and educators recognized in the inaugural Discovery Education Awards! While the submissions were all unique, a common theme stood out: each awardee leads the way in fostering student growth and boundless learner curiosity. We had an excellent pool of worthy candidates and are thrilled to […] The post Celebrating Educator Excellence with our First-Ever Discovery Education Award Recipients appeared first on Discovery Education Blog ..read more
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Science Matters: Literacy Research is the Key to Improving Reading Outcomes
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by DE Staff
3w ago
How can we improve reading outcomes for all of our students? Educators have asked themselves this question countless times. They have tried different strategies, software products, and professional development as potential answers. But with only 35% of U.S. fourth-grade students proficient in reading, where does reading instruction go from here? Numerous terms, including the science […] The post Science Matters: Literacy Research is the Key to Improving Reading Outcomes appeared first on Discovery Education Blog ..read more
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Most Tested, Least Taught: Silent Reading Fluency
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by DE Staff
1M ago
Starting the Journey: Learn to Read Through Oral Reading Fluency Before we define silent reading fluency, it may be helpful to understand that before students can approach silent reading fluency, they begin their reading journey with oral reading. Oral reading is generally the focus of grades K – 2. Students build foundational skills, such as […] The post Most Tested, Least Taught: Silent Reading Fluency appeared first on Discovery Education Blog ..read more
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The Five Components of Reading
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by DE Staff
1M ago
Background: Who determined the five components of reading? Congress asked the National Reading Panel NRP to determine the best approaches to help children read. As a result of their research and evaluation, the organization issued an evidence-based, nearly 500-page report of their findings. Teaching Children to Read divided reading instruction into five components and summarized available research. […] The post The Five Components of Reading appeared first on Discovery Education Blog ..read more
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Remediation, Intervention, and Acceleration
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by DE Staff
1M ago
Students’ learning needs are more diverse than ever. In a single classroom of 30 students, an educator may encounter 30 distinct levels of abilities, different skill sets, and various individual learning styles. With such variation, it can be difficult for educators to fully address each student’s unique needs. Educators must keep all students on positive […] The post Remediation, Intervention, and Acceleration appeared first on Discovery Education Blog ..read more
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Strategies for Encouraging Girls to Explore STEAM
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by Rachel Anzalone
1M ago
Educators, administrators, and corporate leaders all agree: we need to encourage girls to explore STEAM skills and consider STEM careers for their futures. But how? We asked members of the Discovery Educator Network to share content, programs, and ideas they have found to be successful in bringing more girls to the world of STEAM! Infusing STEAM […] The post Strategies for Encouraging Girls to Explore STEAM appeared first on Discovery Education Blog ..read more
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Bringing Industry Innovators to Classrooms with Career Connect by Discovery Education
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by Amy Nakamoto
2M ago
At Discovery Education, we are always looking to meet educator’s needs. Educators require flexible, reliable, and high-quality services that fit in wherever learning takes place and really ignite student curiosity. We know that when students have early exposure to careers, it transforms how they explore and enter the workforce. Yet research shows that 83% of today’s […] The post Bringing Industry Innovators to Classrooms with Career Connect by Discovery Education appeared first on Discovery Education Blog ..read more
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This Month at DE: March
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by Rachel Anzalone
2M ago
Move into March with new, engaging resources from Discovery Education! Commemorate Women’s History Month, explore literacy topics, and find content to help you make your mark with exciting March lessons! Pop of Professional Learning What’s New Trending Topics Magic Moment Pop of Professional Learning Every teacher has thought, “How can I make this lesson more exciting […] The post This Month at DE: March appeared first on Discovery Education Blog ..read more
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A Slam-Dunk Lesson Using NBA and WNBA Resources
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by Merek Chang
3M ago
Whether or not students have played or are familiar with basketball, there is a good chance they have seen a basketball court at some point in their lives. They may have noticed that there are different lines drawn on a court and wondered, what do those lines mean? The answer lies in data science! Here […] The post A Slam-Dunk Lesson Using NBA and WNBA Resources appeared first on Discovery Education Blog ..read more
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