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Explore the Application of Genomics to the World Around Us 

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The new and developing field of genomics involves the study of the genome, the entirety of a person’s genes. Genomic studies in medicine are showing that interaction between genes and environmental factors and lifestyle choices can have a major influence on a person’s risk of developing diseases such as cancer, heart disease, and diabetes.  

Developed in partnership with Illumina, DNA Decoded provides educators with tools to help their high school students make personal connections to genomics by exploring the impact of the genome on mental health, the impact of genetic screening as a predictor of athletic performance, and the surprising results that the genome can reveal about race and its connection to medicine and human health. 

An all new educator explainer provides a step-by-step best practices for getting started with the resources. The guide breaks down the first segment of DNA Decoded resources, “Cracking the Code” to help educators determine where they should start to get their students’ feet wet in the field of genomics using a single class period or 45-minute lesson. Following an explanation of each starting point, educators are encouraged to move to the next resource in that category to extend the learning. 

This approach will help educators more easily engage students in lessons highlighting timely and relevant topics impacted by innovations in genomics, such as: 

  • In Targeting Cancer, students learn how targeted therapy is changing treatment for cancer patients by using gene sequencing to look for cellular changes, chromosomal abnormalities, and gene mutations. They will explore various types of targeted therapy and help fictional doctors create personalized treatments to save lives. 
  • Race and Medicine shines a light on the question of the science behind classifying humans as different ‘races.’ Students have the opportunity to role-play working as scientists to build evidence and build and argument to answer their assigned question related to race and ancestry.? This cross-disciplinary activity aligns to NGSS, as well as standards for Technological Literacy and English Language Arts. 
  • Medicine of the Future gives students the opportunity to get hands on as they role-play hospital administrators, who are implementing precision medicine at their site. To plan this change, students will investigate what genome testing entails, explore a genetic database to understand the sheer scope of genes, and read an article about precision medicine. 
  • In?The?Microbiome and Mental Health, a digital lesson bundle featuring student activities and a complete lesson in PowerPoint,?students will evaluate a growing body of evidence showing that the tiny microbes living in your gut may have a major influence on your brain.?Ultimately, students will create a large 2-D informational graphic on a poster board that contains pictures, diagrams, and?details?explaining?the?connection to mental health and the microbiome.? 

These flexible resources are easy to access wherever learning is taking place through DNADecoded.com or on the DNA Decoded Channel in the Discovery Education learning platform.? 

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Vote for the 3M Young Scientist Challenge Improving Lives Award & Join the Live Final Event

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Now through October 15, 2021, students, teachers, parents, and other members of the public can vote once per day  to choose the innovation from the 2021 3M Young Scientist Challenge that they believe has the most potential to make a positive impact on the world – and take advantage of the opportunity to join us live for the virtual final event! Register today!

“The 3M Young Scientist Challenge exemplifies the impact that the next generation of scientists can have on solving some of the world’s most pressing challenges,” said Denise Rutherford, senior vice president and chief corporate affairs officer at 3M. “Through the Improving Lives Award, and aligned with 3M’s longstanding commitments to STEM equity and STEM education, we continue to underscore the importance of getting young people interested in and excited about science – encouraging them to find the spark that could lead to making a lasting impact on society.”

In June, the top ten finalists were named for the 2021 3M Young Scientist Challenge – now in its fourteenth year as the nation’s premier science competition recognizing outstanding innovations from young scientists in grades 5 – 8. Each finalist will receive $1,000 and the opportunity to work virtually with a 3M scientist who will mentor them as they evolve their invention from idea to prototype.

The 2021 Improving Lives Award winner will receive a unique destination trip, and the grand prize winner of the 2021 3M Young Scientist Challenge will receive $25,000, a unique destination trip, and the prestigious title of America’s Top Young Scientist. In 2020, the public vote identified Anika Chebrolu as the recipient of the Improving Lives Award for using in-silico methodology for drug discovery to find a molecule that can selectively bind to the Spike protein of the SARS-CoV-2 virus. The project also earned her the title of America’s Top Young Scientist.

The award-winning 3M Young Scientist Challenge supplements the 3M and Discovery Education program – Young Scientist Lab – which provides no-cost dynamic digital resources for students, teachers, and families to explore, transform, and innovate the world around them. All the resources are also available through the Young Scientist Lab Channel and in the Social Impact Partnerships channel on Discovery Education’s recently enhanced K-12 learning platform.

To learn more about the 3M Young Scientist Challenge and meet this year’s finalists, visit youngscientistlab.com.

 

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Dynamic New Virtual Field Trips From Discovery Education and Social Impact Partners Help Students Explore STEM in the World Around Them

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To help students explore the exciting the many ways STEM is shaping the world around them, Discovery Education and leading corporate and community partners proudly introduce four new engaging, no-cost virtual field trips (VFTs). Learn more and register for the new virtual field trips and find all the resources here.

Discovery Education offers educators, students, and families hundreds of no-cost, on-demand VFTs that empower educators to provide all students with access to remarkable learning experiences that connect what students are learning to the outside world wherever instruction is taking place.

Power of Cooperatives Virtual Field Trip with CHS Foundation
Premiere: October 7th at 1 PM ET

Dig into the exciting ways the agricultural cooperative (co-op) business model is connecting communities and inspiring everyday innovation with this new virtual journey. Students will trace the lifecycle of a crop from the ground up to see how collaboration and creativity are combined to nourish communities, solve problems, and improve lives. Along the way, students will meet a variety of real-world co-op professionals who reveal the STEM innovations that today’s farms are using to stay productive. This virtual field trip is appropriate for students in grades 9-12.

CHS Foundation and Discovery Education partnered to create Cooperative Minds, an educational initiative immersing high school students nationwide in the dynamic ingenuity and collaborative spirit of the cooperative business model. Empower students to sow the seeds of success with no-cost, standards-aligned resources that explore essential careers and endless possibilities in agricultural cooperatives.

Moving to Market Virtual Field Trip with Toyota
Premiere: October 12th at 1 PM ET

Celebrate the dynamic movement of the supply chain as students follow the lifecycle of automotive parts travelling from manufacture to their final destinations all over the country. Along the way, a variety of real-world professionals will show students how their everyday passion and problem-solving help to support Toyota’s mission of providing Mobility for All. Find out how the many moving parts of the auto supply chain come together through a combination of complex machines, ingenious processes, and the commitment of a talented team. This virtual field trip is appropriate for students in grades 6-8.

With the goal of inspiring students to solve the transportation challenges of the future, Toyota has expanded a partnership with Discovery Education to launch Keys to Connect. The new educational initiative offers educators, students, and families no-cost, standards-aligned digital resources that empower all learners to become solution seekers focused on sustainability and inclusivity.

The Future is Now Virtual Field Trip with Edge at Hudson Yards
Premiere: November 4th at 1 PM ET

Take students on a virtual adventure into New York City’s newest and most forward-thinking neighborhood to explore new horizons in community building and a behind-the-scenes look at the amazing architecture and engineering innovations at Edge, the highest outdoor skydeck in the Western Hemisphere. This virtual field trip is appropriate for students in grades 4-12.

Reach for the Sky, a new initiative from Edge at Hudson Yards and Discovery Education, catalyzes hands-on, experiential teaching and learning by giving classrooms nationwide a virtual pass to the neighborhood of the future. Inspire students to take action while supporting underserved communities with access to engaging digital educational resources showing students how big ideas and cutting-edge technology improve lives and revolutionize communities.

Your Heart Virtual Field Trip with Abbott
Premiere: November 9th at 1 PM ET

The human heart beats 100,000 times a day. To show how this body engine works, two students will explore the fascinating structure and function of the heart with Abbott scientists and doctors – and join U.S. Olympian Lolo Jones to learn how to keep your heart healthy! This virtual field trip is appropriate for students in grades 5-8.

To help families learn together about how to stay healthy and physically fit, Future Well Kids – an educational initiative from Abbott, the Abbott Fund, and Discovery Education – offers families no-cost digital resources designed to help create a healthier future for kids.

Each virtual experience features accompanying educator resources and student activities that make it easy for teachers to incorporate rich media into the learning experiences they design and deliver every day.

“Virtual field trips are a fun – and easy – way to connect what I am teaching in my classroom to the real world,” said Linda Hixson, technology teacher at Shenandoah Valley Jr/Sr High School of the Shenandoah Valley School District. “With the new VFTs from Discovery Education and their partners, I always know I have something fresh to more deeply engage my students and broaden their horizons.  I’m looking forward to finding ways to build these into my classroom activities.”

Explore more Virtual Field Trips on-demand:

20th Anniversary of 9/11: A Day for Good Deeds Virtual Field Trip 
My Good Deed
Grades 5–12

Identity, Belonging, Legacy Virtual Field Trip 
Teaching with Testimony | USC Shoah Foundation
Grades 8–12

Discovery Education’s Virtual Field Trips can be found within the company’s recently enhanced K-12 learning platform on the Virtual Field Trips channel or in the Social Impact Partnerships channel.

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Building Resilient Communities Through Education with Ready, Set, RISE!

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According to Education Secretary Miguel Cardona, the United States is at a once-in-a-century opportunity to transform education. Doing so expressly requires innovation and collaboration to meet the needs of students and educators today, where they are now, and far into the future. A key part of this plan is partnerships for education – the private sector must continue to step up for communities.

This summer Discovery Education convened a panel at the 2021 Social Innovation Summit to discuss with healthcare industry leaders how they use technology and strategic partnerships to support education. The conversation included Maria Lafleur, National Program Lead Thriving Schools, Kaiser Permanente, speaking about Ready, Set, RISE!

Education leaders agree that we cannot separate students’ emotional health and well-being from their ability to be successful in school. Each day, educators share that now, more than ever, so many of their students are struggling with self-esteem and relationship issues, anxiety, and general stress. COVID-19 has left students missing friends and school, deprived them of the normalcy and connections of sports and activities, and unfortunately in some cases, forced students to deal with additional hardships including job losses in their families, sickness, and death.

Students dealing with these issues may have difficulty paying attention in classes or doing homework. “The answer is always resilience,” said Maria. “A trauma-informed approach is important to everyone and creates a quality school environment.” It’s important we develop strategies that integrate trauma-informed care and social-emotional learning to help students reconnect and enjoy academic success now and in the future.

Regardless of the location, safe, predictable, empowering, and collaborative spaces are beneficial for all students and educators. With the resources from Ready, Set, RISE! – a unique virtual initiative from Kaiser Permanente, Alliance for a Healthier Generation, and Discovery Education – educators anywhere can help ensure that the learning environments they create are fit for all students.

The series of no-cost professional learning modules provides educators with a foundational understanding of trauma-informed educational practices and policies that I can use to create more student-centered learning environments. Modules focus on timely topics, including educator self-care, trauma in our society and trauma-informed care in the educational environment.

The new “Transforming into a Trauma-Informed School” module provides educators with strategies to better understand how to transform their school into a trauma-informed school through implementation science. The module empowers educators to connect and prepare students for academic success in school today and in the future. By the end of the on-demand professional learning module, educators can:

  • Describe the phases of implementation
  • Recognize the different roles of a RISE leadership team
  • Apply readiness techniques to understand their school’s readiness, urgency, and fit to begin integration within their school

Communities can go even further by focusing on social-emotional learning with no-cost resources from the Social-Emotional Learning Coalition. More than two decades of research shows that SEL can help young people develop social responsibility, practice leadership, and gain personal and social skills. COVID-19 and its impact on education underscores educators’ need for curated and vetted content supporting the whole child in any learning setting.

Find the Ready, Set, RISE! professional learning modules at ReadySetRiseModules.com and in the Ready, Set, RISE channel in Discovery Education’s K-12 Learning Platform.

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Resources to Support Wellness for Students + Teachers 

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Explore a variety of Discovery Education resources offering evidence-based content and strategies to build empathy and collective care in any learning environment. 

While life’s adversities create obstacles that can disrupt teaching and learning, overcoming obstacles together strengthens the student-teacher relationship like nothing else. Creating a safe space in class to support mental health is a simple yet powerful way to reinforce students’ resilience, develop problem-solving skills, and cultivate collaboration. 

Discovery Education offers a regularly updated selection of instructional resources and professional learning tools supporting mental wellness for students and educators. Explore the many long-term rewards of ongoing mental wellness support in schools using standards-aligned, interdisciplinary resources designed to engage every student: 

  • The Social-Emotional Learning Center 
    Find effective ways to incorporate social-emotional learning into any classroom using this one-stop digital hub, featuring curated resource collections covering professional development, SEL integration into classrooms, and student-facing digital content for all grades. 
  • Ask, Listen, Learn, a program of Responsibility.org
    Empower students to set goals for themselves and avoid peer pressure by discovering the real consequences of unhealthy decisions on both physical and emotional wellness. Check out student activities that reinforce mental wellness through prevention: Cause & Effect, My Future Me, and Making Decisions. 
  • Dose of Knowledge 
    Show students that mental health is a key component of overall health, review strategies to support their mental health, and explore the effects stress, anxiety, and depression can have on the brain and body. Students will learn about the role prescription medications can play in the treatment of anxiety and depression and review the risks associated with misusing prescription medications or other substances.
  • Amazing Me 
    Give students a foundation of self-esteem to navigate adversity with uplifting resources addressing body confidence and bullying in and out of the classroom. The “A Plan to Stay Positive” activity motivates families to recognize each other’s positive traits and consciously celebrate these traits on a regular basis. 
  • Soar with Wings 
    Show students how inner strength gives them the power to make the right choices in life. Explore the concept of responsible decision-making through the lens of grit with the “Inner Strength” digital lesson, which brings social-emotional concepts to life for elementary students. 
  • Teaching with Testimony 
    Discover powerful historical insights into important mental wellness topics through one girl’s incredible story of survival, resilience, and triumph. The Willesden Project resources immerse students in an incredible true story to learn how we all possess the ability to overcome hate. 
  • Ready, Set, RISE! 
    Cultivate?trauma-informed educational strategies in schools with evidence-based professional learning resources that provide tools to address Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs). Check out the “Cultural Humility & Equity” e-Learning Module for compassionate ways to see into every students’ inner world. 

Resources to support wellness can also be found in the Discovery Education K-12 learning platform on the Wellness Channel.

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A Virtual Field Trip Inspiring Student STEM Curiosity

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By guest blogger Ann Byrdie Bullock, M.Ed., Middle School Science Teacher, Independence Non-Traditional School in Virginia

As a middle school educator, I know the critical importance of engaging my students in STEM. Research shows that this is the age kids, especially girls, opt out of STEM pursuits.

In a continued effort to inspire my students to explore the engaging world of STEM, my middle school classes joined the  Tech for Global Good Virtual Field Trip (VFT). Offered at no cost, the VFT is part of Tech for Tomorrow, a program from The Tech Interactive and Discovery Education that introduces students to today’s cutting-edge technology and inspires them to create enduring innovations for the future.

During the 30-minute experience, my students went behind-the-scenes at The Tech’s family-friendly science and technology center in the heart of downtown San Jose and met a diverse group of individuals who are using data to change the world for the better. In addition, my students discovered how the United Nations is using data to help solve health crises, how information systems are used to find solutions to homelessness, the ways technology is being used to address economic inequality, and how new smart devices are saving cattle.

The 2020 Tech for Global Good Laureates featured in the VFT also demonstrated how STEM can solve the world’s biggest challenges. Since 2001, more than 300 Laureates have been honored. These innovators are incredibly diverse, not just in their backgrounds, where they live, and what they do, but also in the types of technology they use. Through their stories, students are motivated to become problem-solvers in their own area by applying their natural curiosity to create innovative solutions.

Technologies like robotics, artificial intelligence, and data science are all being used to solve global problems. Spark curiosity and keep your classroom connected to the real world in exciting ways by including the VFT in your next lesson plan. The accompanying educator guide provides important topic tips, tricks, and guidance for how to make the power of STEM learning come to life before, during, and after the virtual experience. The students walk away with the ability to:

  • Draw conclusions about the characteristics of a successful innovation.

  • Communicate important information concisely.

  • Advocate for action towards social good.

  • Participate in the innovative iteration process.

  • Consider data gathering and analysis when problem-solving.

So, discover how to make good opportunities come to life through STEM today by streaming the new Tech for Tomorrow Virtual Field Trip now available on-demand. Find this experience and so much more on TechForTomorrow.com. Users of the Discovery Education K-12 Learning Platform  can take learning even further in the Tech for Tomorrow channel.

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1 Million Kids Head Back To School In New York City As Vaccine Rules Take Effect

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Students have returned to in-person classes in the largest U.S. school district. The city also began enforcing vaccine mandates for indoor activities and required city workers to return to the office.

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Books I read in August 2021

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Restoration, Carol BergBooks I finished reading (or rereading) in August 2021…

Hope you’re reading something fun too!

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Siemens Foundation and Discovery Education Award Five Schools in the 2021 Possibility Grant Sweepstakes

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Explore more than 150 hands-on STEM activities from Siemens STEM Day!

Five schools across the United States were selected this year to receive a $5,000 grant each for STEM technology through the 2021 Possibility Grant Sweepstakes. Created by the Siemens Foundation–a leader in advancing STEM workforce development and education initiatives–in partnership with Discovery Education, the Possibility Grant Sweepstakes inspires the next generation of STEM leaders by providing critical resources and support to schools. Through its partnership with Discovery Education, the Siemens Foundations is providing no-cost standards-aligned digital curriculum resources, engaging content, and professional learning for K-12 classrooms.

Now in the sixth year, the 2021 Possibility Grant Sweepstakes continues to enhance the availability of STEM supplies and technology. The 2021 grant now expands efforts to further equity and inclusion in education and impact more students by offering a total of $25,000 to five under-resourced schools, building upon the traditional single $10,000 grant. Out of more than 12,000 submissions, the five 2021 Sweepstakes recipients are:

  • Deer Park Middle School, Charleston County School District in Charleston, SC
  • Breckenridge Elementary School, Breckenridge Independent School District 846 in Breckenridge, MN
  • Spring View Elementary School, Keya Paha County School District in Springview, NE
  • Santa Teresa High School, Gadsden Independent Schools in Santa Teresa, NM
  • Level Up Academy, Enterprise City School District in White Bear Lake, MN

“This grant directly supports the educators of Breckenridge Elementary School in their work to provide inspiring STEM opportunities in any learning environment,” said Principal Corinna Erickson of Breckenridge Elementary School. “With this support, our students can reach their maximum potential.”

Previous winning schools include Sugar Hill Elementary School of Hall County School District in Gainesville, GA; Fort White Elementary School of Columbia County School District in Fort White, FL; Lithonia High School of DeKalb County School District in Lithonia, GA; and Roseland Montessori School of the Tangipahou Parish School System in Roseland, Louisiana. Learn more about the winners and sweepstakes here.

“The Siemens Foundation promotes equity in education by empowering K-12 STEM leaders, particularly those in underserved communities,” said David Etzwiler, CEO, Siemens Foundation. “We are thrilled to offer the Possibility Grant Sweepstakes to support STEM education programs that lead to a more inclusive and equitable society.”

The Sweepstakes builds upon Siemens STEM Day—programing that provides more than 180 no-cost, hands-on STEM activities aligned to national teaching standards to help innovate curriculum. Learn more about the Possibility Grant Sweepstakes and Siemens STEM Day at SiemensSTEMDay.com and within Discovery Education’s K-12 learning platform on the Siemens STEM Day channel.

 

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Biden Brushes Off The GOP Threats To Sue Over Vaccine Mandates

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President Biden tours Brookland Middle School in Washington, D.C., on Friday. Biden has encouraged school districts to promote vaccines to protect students as they return to school amid a coronavirus resurgence.

President Biden said he was saddened that some GOP governors are threatening to sue over the new mandates. To them, he said, "Have at it."

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