Teachers are such an important part of our community and our future. Today we just wanted to extend a huge thank you to the teachers and staff supporting students through these unprecedented times.
Unconferences first started popping up in 1998, and have been a fun and unconventional way of hosting conferences ever sense. While in person unconferences are still on hold, we are excited to be hosting our very own in our Virbela campus starting in May! Before that starts, we thought we would tell you a bit …
Check out this TED TALK from our friends at Florida Clinicians for Climate Change Reduce, Reuse and Recycle with Makey Makey https://makeymakey.com/blogs/how-to-instructions/creating-makey-makey-instruments This lesson using recycled materials to create instruments is music to our ears! Be sure to check out this lesson and so many more on their blog! Explore Lessons with Discovery
As we all continue to adapt with the constant changes and challenges of the Pandemic, schools have been turning to mindfulness to help students and staff alike. Studies have shown that even just 5 min of mindfulness a day can make a world of difference in student stress, performance, and even interpersonal communications. With that in mind, a lot of schools have been putting together lessons or labs centered around mindfulness for students. Here at the Douglas Stewart Company, we have created a virtual mindfulness lab of our own! You can check it out on the blog, or experience it live in our virtual campus.
Recently our team had a week long team bonding workshop in our DStewart EDU Campus powered by Virbela. We had so much fun really diving in to the possibilites of our virtual world as a team, and wanted to share our top 5 tips with you.
This year in honor of Black History Month we are highlighting a few of our favorite historical and modern black scientists. In this blog you will find full bios and additional resources related to each scientist and science field mentioned.
With in person events being cancelled until at least the start of 2021, many organizations have been turning to virtual events in order to still interact with their audience and share meaningful connection. In July we hosted our own virtual event, and here are the top 4 lessons we learned:
Typically extracurriculars are a great way to encourage students to stay engaged and connect with their peers. In the age of COVID-19, a lot has had to change quickly. For many schools, that has meant cancelling activities, or at the very least changing the way these groups meet and practice.
The Education 4.0 Virtual Conference is only a week away! If you’ve been curious to get to know our panelists a bit more, now is your chance! Be sure to stop by our virtual event on July 22 and 23 to hear them speak, and connect with them on all things Education 4.0. Amie Souder– …