VirtCon is a bi-annual conference that brings our community together to hear cutting-edge keynotes, be inspired by thought-provoking presentations, and participate in engaging discussions with the Discovery Education Community around the globe. VirtCon provides you with the opportunity to hear from your peers, share ideas and instructional tools, and discover new resources available to you.
Watch all the archives from the event below. Each conversation is available as a separate video so you can quickly and easily find the information you are looking for. Please note, you will need to be logged into your Discovery Education account in order to access these videos. If you participated in the live event you can download your certificate of attendance here.
Watch the community conversations with our featured panelists. Discussions focus on professional learning strategies, collaborative STEM, learner agency, and supporting literacy through digital content.
Looking for hints and tips on using Discovery Education in your classroom? Our presenters shared a number of ideas including how to use the Spotlight on Strategies, Content Creation with Board Builder, and free programs available for your school.
Looking to take your digital integration to the next level, these sessions explore how to use technology such as virtual reality in your classroom as well as using collaborative projects to share data and ideas with classrooms around the world.
Hear these inspiring educators in collaborative conversations as they discuss their experiences and share practical strategies for how they’ve embraced digital in their classroom through Discovery Education services and beyond.
Read the discussions from the day and continue the conversation. Share how you and your colleagues are using these tips and strategies on Twitter @DiscoveryEd using #FallVirtCon or in our community conversation tool below.
Hear from past participants about their favorite VirtCon memories. You can join in the conversation and share your favorite VirtCon memories on Twitter using #FallVirtCon.