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  • Rover Opportunity Has Found Some Odd Mars Rocks

    Discovery News
    6 Mar 2015 | 2:09 pm
    Veteran Mars rover Opportunity is on the verge of completing a marathon on Mars, but before it crosses the imaginary finishing line at Marathon Valley, the plucky six-wheeled robot has found some odd rocks that require further investigation.
  • Rover Opportunity Has Found Some Odd Mars Rocks

    Discovery News
    6 Mar 2015 | 2:09 pm
    Veteran Mars rover Opportunity is on the verge of completing a marathon on Mars, but before it crosses the imaginary finishing line at Marathon Valley, the plucky six-wheeled robot has found some odd rocks that require further investigation.
  • Rover Opportunity Has Found Some Odd Mars Rocks

    Discovery News
    6 Mar 2015 | 2:09 pm
    Veteran Mars rover Opportunity is on the verge of completing a marathon on Mars, but before it crosses the imaginary finishing line at Marathon Valley, the plucky six-wheeled robot has found some odd rocks that require further investigation.
  • Rover Opportunity Has Found Some Odd Mars Rocks

    Discovery News
    6 Mar 2015 | 2:09 pm
    Veteran Mars rover Opportunity is on the verge of completing a marathon on Mars, but before it crosses the imaginary finishing line at Marathon Valley, the plucky six-wheeled robot has found some odd rocks that require further investigation.
  • Rover Opportunity Has Found Some Odd Mars Rocks

    Discovery News
    6 Mar 2015 | 2:09 pm
    Veteran Mars rover Opportunity is on the verge of completing a marathon on Mars, but before it crosses the imaginary finishing line at Marathon Valley, the plucky six-wheeled robot has found some odd rocks that require further investigation.
 
 
 
 
 
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  • Principal Update: 03/06/15

    Discovery Education
    6 Mar 2015 | 4:26 pm
    This week’s principal update contains: DEN Trend report: 50 Awesome Apps for Teachers, Half of K-12 Students 1:1 by 2016, Honing the Tools for Teacher Leadership, and more! A webinar for principals about walkthroughs Lessons from a principal who made the jump from middle school to elementary An award winning instructional strategy that will have your students asking for “The Envelope Please” To receive updates regarding principal activities, resources, and events, click here.   Access the interactive update with direct links to the resources by clicking here.
  • From the Desk of a New Elementary Principal

    Discovery Education
    6 Mar 2015 | 2:56 pm
    Marcie Wilson took a jump last year.  After 18 years of middle school experience, with six of those years as a principal, she made the decision to take an elementary principal position.  Here’s a few things she’s learned from her first year. This has been such an awesome experience for me and I love my new school! An important component of being a principal is being an instructional leader. I am the lead learner at our school site.  After experiencing the Spotlight on Strategies (SOS) at the DENSI Principal Summit, I knew this would be a simple and effective way of supporting…
  • Reflections and Learnings from the 2015 AASA Conference

    Discovery Education
    6 Mar 2015 | 1:31 pm
    Posted on behalf of Dwight Jones, Discovery Education Superintendent in Residence One of the best parts of my role as Discovery Education’s Superintendent in Residence is that I am able to travel around the country and meet with the talented district leaders transforming education with digital content and professional development.  Recently, my travels took me to the annual AASA conference in San Diego.  While there, I connected and reconnected with many of the distinguished school administrators I’ve met during my career in public education.  While I learned a great many…
  • One Idea With: Rafranz Davis, Instructional Technology Specialist, Discovery Educator Network Member, and Author of The Missing Voices in EdTech

    Discovery Education
    6 Mar 2015 | 1:00 pm
    In this installment of One Idea With: Discovery Education Senior Vice President Scott Kinney interviews Rafranz Davis, an Instructional Technology Specialist at Texas’ Arlington Independent School District, member of the Discovery Educator Network, and author of the new book The Missing Voices in EdTech.  Davis’ One Idea focuses on the importance of inclusiveness and diversity in technology powered learning initiatives.  Watch the video below to learn more.
  • Fun Fact Friday: Digital Camouflage

    Discovery Education
    6 Mar 2015 | 6:00 am
    Did you know that some military uniforms feature camouflage that looks like a pixellated computer image? It’s true! While the photo to the side might look like a mountainous landscape from an 8-bit Nintendo game, it’s actually a printed pattern that serves as a very effective woodland camouflage. According to Wikipedia, “Digital camouflage is a type of camouflage pattern combining micro- and macro patterns, often though not necessarily with a pixellated look created with computer assistance. The function is to provide military camouflage over a range of distances, or…
 
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