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Curriculum Alignment to Digital Content

During Discovery Education's curriculum alignment session, participants will learn how to use the extensive library of Discovery Education assets, including video, audio, images, articles, songs, and more, to link specific benchmarks to discrete resources that have been aligned to your district's curriculum through the Discovery Education Curriculum Alignment Services.

Using these services allows your educators to find resources that have been aligned to your state standards, vetted, and arranged for ease of identification and use.


  • Teachers
  • Facilitators
  • Instructional Coaches
  • Curriculum Directors


  • 6 hours

Maximum Participants

  • 25

System Requirements

  • Lab setting with one computer for each participant
  • Presentation station with computer for presenter
  • Internet access
  • Login and pass code for Discovery Education streaming for each participant


  • Utilization of Discovery Education's Curriculum Alignment Services

Recommended Companion Courses

Learning Outcomes

By the completion of this session participants will be able to:

  • Search for content in Discovery Education streaming using a variety of search methods.
  • Identify, access, and store digital content for use in planning and classroom activities.
  • Determine whether to stream or download content, based on desired usage.
  • Create a standards aligned lesson that includes purposefully integrated digital content.

Sample Agenda

  1. Introduction to Discovery Education sign in page
  2. Introduction to Discovery Education streaming
  3. How to search
  4. Types of media
  5. Storing and downloading
  6. Digital Treasure Hunt
  7. Streaming and downloading
  8. Hands-on work time
  9. Integration ideas
  10. Creating lesson plans
  11. Hands-on work time
  12. Debrief and evaluations

They are passionate about what they do, and that is one thing I appreciate about Discovery Education Professional Development ..... these folks really believe in what they are doing and they know their stuff and they know the content.

Gerald McLeish, Ed.D

Director, Secondary Curriculum & Programs, Indianapolis Public Schools