If you know the word unicorn or cornet and are familiar with the word copy or copious, it should be easy to glean “horn of plenty” from the title. We have our own cornucopia of professional development delights available for your instant harvesting at Discovery Education’s channel on YouTube.
And Porter Palmer has laid out the links, handouts and brief descriptions of the most recent virtual conference, October’s spooktacular “Tech or Treat.” Whether you are a seasoned veteran or new to visual storytelling and Discovery’s education tools, you can find some great ideas here for engaging your students and making memorable learning experiences.

Clip art credit: Jupiterimages Corporation (Producer).  (2006). Horn of Plenty. [Image].  Available from

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